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"show" command scripts.

Greetings All,

Not sure if this is even the right forum for this but ill go ahead and post anyways.

Basically I need to get some "show outputs" of about 100+ Cisco switches (The same model and IOS version). Now, I can do the task manually but I was wondering if there was an easier way of doing this... like script perhaps? I know there are a few tools that can do this like "Kiwi Cat tools" but I would like something free or something I can do on my own. However we are using CiscoWorks but no one here is really knows how to use it in it's full potential. Is there a way to do this in CiscoWorks?

Also, can anyone point me to a good CiscoWorks documentation/user guide?

Thanks in advance for your two cents.

  • Network Management
Cisco Employee

Re: "show" command scripts.

CiscoWorks Resource Manager Essentials has a feature called Network Show Commands which can do what you want. What version of CiscoWorks do you have?

New Member

Re: "show" command scripts.

Thanks for the Reply. We are running CiscoWorks 2000.

Cisco Employee

Re: "show" command scripts.

Well, CiscoWorks 2000 is technically quite old. Please post a screenshot of what the applications looks like.