AFAIK thats the only possible way to find the port on which end user is connected if you only know the ip address. One other way could be to get the mac address details from DHCP server binding table if incase you have DHCP server in network serving your end users and once you have the mac address you can find the port details from the switch which you are already aware.
But no doubt it need more work. So easy and fast way is to get the mac address details from arp table.
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