How to monitor activity /usage on the switch

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Mar 17th, 2009
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Hi


how to monitor the activity of the switch, or how to identify which connections are remained inactive for long time


sample out puts is pasted below


Interface Status Description Last Used

FastEthernet0/3 down 0z222 4w2d,

FastEthernet0/4 down 1z144 1w2d,

FastEthernet0/6 down 1z192 1d06h,




Please let me know whats the command used to get the above output


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adamclarkuk_2 Tue, 03/17/2009 - 03:14
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Try show interfaces status inactive

glen.grant Tue, 03/17/2009 - 04:27
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If it is a 4500 then it's "show int link " . They are really the only ones that will easily give you that information . Wish they would include that command on all models , it seems to be a highly requested feature .

UCBNOCWAN Tue, 03/17/2009 - 05:26
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The model of Switch is cisco WS-C2950G-48-EI


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Richardsma Wed, 03/18/2009 - 03:34
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Thanks for that little gem, I have to look after 50 x 4506/4510's and that will come in handy. Just for info, it also works on 4948's.

glen.grant Wed, 03/18/2009 - 04:19
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Correct it would work on the 4948's because they run the same exact code as the 4500's .

Leo Laohoo Wed, 03/18/2009 - 15:10
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Nice little gem this one. Works on a ME-4924-10GE too.

Leo Laohoo Tue, 03/17/2009 - 15:34
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Have you tried using Solarwinds' Network Engineer's Toolset? Using SNMP, one of the applications, Real Time Interface Monitor, will do exactly what you are looking for.

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