When I run the show ip sockets from the CLI on a Cat 3500XL switch, I get some unexpected results.
On 3 switches that are interconnected, there is a client device (10.2.73.45) that shows a connection to port 33521. These entries show up everyday when I perform the query. Does anyone know what might be going on here - what I can check on the client pc (I plan on running a netstat)
nycs-s200101#show ip sockets
Proto Remote Port Local Port In Out Stat TTY OutputIF
If its port 161 then its polling the switch via the read or read-write community strings. You could either change the comm strings (may not be feasible) or put an access-list on the community strings preventing that client from polling the switch.
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