General question regarding snmp and cisco switches -
Is there a way using the cisco mib or something like snmpwalk to tell which ports on a cisco switch that have cisco devices connected.
Let's take for example a 48 port switch. This switch has Cisco devices connected to ports 1,5,10 and 15. I can see this by running 'show cdp neighbor'. My question is this: Is there a way using snmp to tell that cisco devices are in fact connected to ports 1,5,10 and 15?
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