Yes, you can depending on the version of LMS. If you have Campus Manager 5.0 or higher, go to Campus Manager > User Tracking > Reports > Report Generator, and choose the desired Switch Port Report. The Switch Port Capacity (or Utilization) or Switch Port Summary reports will tell you what you want.
Unfortunately, this report is not available in Campus 4.0. You can, however, get a list of ports that are unused (either administratively up or down). These reports are available under Campus Manager > User Tracking > Reports > Report Generator > Switch Port Usage.
Hi, I'm using the reports that you mention but get "no records found" when selecting some devices (Switch PortReport Reclaim Unused Up) but not others, even though I know that device has ports that are administratively up but have never been connected.
The devices that aren't producing the report will provide a port summary report and attached users without problems.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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