To answer your other question, there is no quick and dirty way to find the ip address of a device connected to a given port unless it is a cisco device, which you can find by using "show cdp neighbor detail"
For a PC, you'll have to first check the MAC address table entry for a given port. Then check the ARP table on the default gateway for that vlan, which will give you a list of MAC addresses and associated IP addresses. Cross reference the mac address from the MAC table with the ARP table, and that will give you the IP address.
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