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Hi All,

I just need to check which port my Wireless Access Point(WAP) is connected to on a switch.

When I run the following command I get the port channel no. but i need to know which physical port on a switch this WAP is connected to:

sh mac address-table | inc 000b.857b.39c0

1    000b.857b.39c0    DYNAMIC    Po18

any help will be much appriciated.

Many thanks.

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Port no.

Hi Kamran,

I doubt your AP is connect to a switch via EtherChannel. the output of sh mac address-table suggests your AP is connect to a switch on the other end of Po18. Determine which switch this is and run your command when logged in there.

cheers,

Seb.

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Port no.

Hi Kamran,

I doubt your AP is connect to a switch via EtherChannel. the output of sh mac address-table suggests your AP is connect to a switch on the other end of Po18. Determine which switch this is and run your command when logged in there.

cheers,

Seb.

Re: Port no.

Hi Kamran,

with show ethercannel 18 summay you can see the physical ports bundeled in the EtherChannel.

show cdp neighbor then shows the neighbor-device (if CDP-capable and enabled).

Btw: Instead of the pipe-include you can also use the command  show mac address-table address 000b.857b.39c0

Hope that helps

Rolf

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