Re: Use SNMP to find which VLAN an interface belongs to.
It looks like this might work, but I am more looking for the configured situation. Using the link you provided I would have to see which MAC addresses have been seen passing an interface, then see which VLAN they belonged to. And as such be able to determine what VLAN the interface must belong to.
I am wondering if it not possible to poll using SNMP and find the configured information. Sorta the "sh vlan brief" equivalent in SNMP.
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