Does anybody know if there is a command thats gives an indication of when a switchport was last in use. If not possible retrospectively is it possible to set up a monitor to log switchport access. The only way ic an think is to look for switchport up/down messages in the log, but seems a bit time consuming. I have had a nosey around show int fa0/0 switchport but cant see anything obvious. Thanks. Geoff
Only the 4500 series seem to have this feature and this is with the "show inteface link" command . Why they don't do this on all their switches I don't know , there seems to be enough call for it . Should be part of all IOS code.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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