Port Identification on Access Switches through User Tracking
I am trying to get a listing of which ports are attached to which PC's on my network in preparation for a comms room migration. From User Tracking I can see which trunk port on my core switch they're attached to, but not which port on the access switch that they belong to, on the same line in the spreadsheet. But I can see on the next blank line down which port they are on on that access switch. Does that make any sense? Any help really appreciated, as all I can think of doing is pulling this into Excel and taking a while moving lines around, or 'sh cam' for a long while!
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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