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COMMAND TO SERIAL NUMBER OF ROUTERS

ARE THERE ANY COMMANDS WHICH WILL GIVE THE CHASSIS SERIAL NUMBER AS OUTPUT, FOR ROUTERS? ALSO, IF ANYONE KNOWS A COMMAND FOR SWITCHES THAT WOULD BE HELPFUL.

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New Member

Re: COMMAND TO SERIAL NUMBER OF ROUTERS

Hi,

show version or show hardware will do - check this out:

Partial output

cisco 3640 (R4700) processor (revision 0x00) with 46080K/19456K bytes of memory.

Processor board ID 17147550 - this is what You are looking for

R4700 CPU at 100Mhz, Implementation 33, Rev 1.0

HTH

Rgds

Giedrius #10257

New Member

Re: COMMAND TO SERIAL NUMBER OF ROUTERS

show hardware or version commands give Processor board number which is different than chassis serial.

SHOW SNMP command shows real chassis ID but this is IOS and router specific. Not valid for older releases. Below is a C3660 output.

CONSOLIDATOR-E1#sh snmp

Chassis: JAB0343802Y

79309059 SNMP packets input

0 Bad SNMP version errors

14488 Unknown community name

if you define SNMP-SERVER CHASSIS while configuring at the first time you will always see is by SHOW SNMP command.

New Member

Re: COMMAND TO SERIAL NUMBER OF ROUTERS

Hi,

as in regards to show snmp, it will display chassis-id what You have configured, for example

snmp-server chassis-id Internet gateway

sh snmp will provide

gate1#sh snmp

Chassis: Internet gateway

Location: My working place

331055 SNMP packets input

etc...

or, if none is configured, you will get the same Chassis-id number as in show version. Check it Yourself

Rgds

Giedrius #10257

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