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detail port usage report on LMS

how I can generate and schedule a report for detail port usage/capabilities like if the port is 10/100/100 on switches.

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Cisco Employee

Re: detail port usage report on LMS

In LMS 3.1, the Campus Manager Port Attributes report is now schedulable, and exportable. This provides much of the data you want.

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Cisco Employee

Re: detail port usage report on LMS

What version of LMS?

New Member

Re: detail port usage report on LMS

oh ..sorry! LMS 2.6 what I am trying to do is to report for different groups owns different switch. to report them like there switch status including port, server mac address, server ip addresses, server name, port speed setting, port duplex setting, actual speed, actual duplex, vlan and trunking information. it's looks like a combination of end host report + switch report.any suggestion for my objective.

New Member

Re: detail port usage report on LMS

sorry!!! my statement was wrong actually in simple word I want a the report equivalent output of " sh interface status"

how I can meet my objective on LMS 2.6

Cisco Employee

Re: detail port usage report on LMS

The best thing to do for LMS 2.6 is Netshow. Just schedule a Netshow job to run "show interface status", then look at the results. These results can also be exported and printed. Netshow can be found under RME > Tools > NetShow.

New Member

Re: detail port usage report on LMS

thanks,yes It works!!! is there any new thing on LMS 3.1. we will have the 3.1 one next few weeks.

Cisco Employee

Re: detail port usage report on LMS

In LMS 3.1, the Campus Manager Port Attributes report is now schedulable, and exportable. This provides much of the data you want.

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