Is there an equivalent SNMP MIB value for 'show CAM dynamic 3/1'
I'm writing some Perl script including SNMP and I'm interested to know if there is a MIB value(s) that provides the equivalent of 'show CAM Dynamic 3/4' on a Cisco switch. I am aware of the following link http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/477/SNMP/cam_snmp.shtml however this information seems extremely complex to provide the MAC addresses on one port. Any ideas?
Re: Is there an equivalent SNMP MIB value for 'show CAM dynamic
I am also attempting to see the dynamic learned mac addresses on my switch, but the OID "188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.3.1.1" , found in the references to this and other similar posts only show bridge addresses and info such as root bridge (etc), not dynamic learned macs associated with traffic.
220.127.116.11.126.147 C4:64:13:4:7E:93dot1dBridge(17) dot1dTp(4) dot1dTpFdbTable(3) dot1dTpFdbEntry(1) dot1dTpFdbAddress(1) 0.13.41.12.240.52 0:D:29:C:F0:34 <-- This is a cisco bridge address 18.104.22.168.126.147 C4:64:13:4:7E:93
I've walked the entire bridge-mib and bridge-ext mib and not found my 450+ LAN Mac addresses.
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