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Stats from switches

Is there any way of getting any utilization reports from my switches, and is there any way of getting an ip address of whats plugged into a particular port ?

thanks

Carlos

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Re: Stats from switches

Hi Carlos,

there are few tools available, one is netflow tracker from crannog software.

regards

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Cisco Employee

Re: Stats from switches

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.

HTH,

Bobby

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