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How to get the ifLastChange on CATOS-switches?

Hi,

I want to be able to see when a interface (switch-port) has last changed its status (eg. from connected to "not connected").

I thought this should be able through "ifLastChange"-MIB-value but this seems not to be correct or not the port-status-change.

I have CATOS 6.3(3) and it is the same value for all ports.

Any suggestions,

regards Chris

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Re: How to get the ifLastChange on CATOS-switches?

According to this: http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/pd/wr2k/tech/cnm_rg.htm

ifLastChange - Description - Monitor unexpected port configuration changes

Reason to Monitor - Detects when administrators make portconfiguration changes. Normal changes should be ignored.

Check Table 12 and Table 15 from that page regarding ifEntry.ifOperStatus and moduleEntry.modulePortStatus

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Re: How to get the ifLastChange on CATOS-switches?

Hi,

thanks.

Is it possible to get the time of last join or left of the port with this Staus-strings. I think I will only get the actual status and not how long the port is in that status till now..

I want to know which ports had no link status change since the last two month so that I know what patch cords are no longer used and so that I can reuse the switchports (many users/technician do not remove patch cords from switches -> "lost ports").

Regards,

Chris

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