I have noticed a lot of bad traffic coming from one particular computer on the network. Normally not a big deal, I found the MAC Address in my DHCP Table, logged into a switch, did a 'sh mac-address-table address <mac address>', found what port it was connected to (it was another switch), I then did a 'sh cdp neighbor detail' got the ip address, telneted to that switch, rinsed and repeated... until I hit a switch that had CatOS.
My question is how do I do this same type of thing on CatOS? I know how to get everything else except which port it is on like the 'sh mac-address-table address <mac address>' command gives me.
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