We use 6509 switches in our core with 5500's as floor switches. The 6509's both have MSFC's for routing.
Is there an easy way to track down an IP address to a port on a particular switch. Currently, I capture the ARP table listing from the MSFC's to a text file, then associate the IP address with a MAC address, then use SH CAM to track down the MAC address on our infrastructure. A simple "sh me which port this IP address originates from" command would be great.
You can also write scripts that capture the arp table, store it in a database and you can then run querys (ex. through a web interface). The scripts can also capture mac address from the sh cam and link them to the IP address. If you have the greens, it will be much simpler.
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