I am trying to document the routers at all of my remote locations. I was hoping to be able to gather the serial number of the routers remotely through the CLI so that I can determine if they are under currently supported under a Cisco service contract or not. Is there a command that I can use to do this? I thought that the 'show diag' would display it, but the serial numbers there do not match the ones on the back of the router from what I can tell.
For routers, you first need to add the chassis serial number manually in the router config via CLI using the command "snmp-server chassis-id ". Then if you use the 'show snmp' command, you'll see that serial number in the output:
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