It's a bit of a tedious process. but if you ping the IP address of the server from the core switch and then check the ARP entry to get its MAC address, you can then trace the address tables in the switches to find the switch that the server is physically connected to. Once you have the MAC address, you'll have to check the address table in each switch in the path between the core and the server to find it.
If you have a LMS is very easy to find the desired MAC address you only have to introduce it on the search box, Cisco Prime solution for example, a third vendor Nagios, Solarwinds, or Cacti is a free solution.
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