I need to gather statistics on when each port was in use last time for Cat 6500, 5500, 5000, 4500, 4000, 3550, 3400XL, 2900XL platforms. Does anyone know what command combination Cisco Works use to gather information for "LastSeen" column in UserTracking?Thanks in advance
MAC address table does age out (after 600 secs) I think the 'lastseen' column is intended as a long term guide to when & where devices were attached to the network rather than an up to the minute indicator. So if you look at 'lastseen' it tells you when a device disappeared off the network only accurate to the frequency of the scans.
The CatOS equivalent of 'sh mac- dyn' is 'sh cam dyn'.
If this is a long term project, then you really need to be using SNMP rather than CLI. There is an SNMP object which will tell you how long since a port status last changed (went from connected to unconnected or vice-versa). That would be a better way of checking if devices are still connected because it is less CPU intensive than repeatedly downloading the MAC address table to check if a device is still connected.
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