Is there a report in Cisco Prime Infrastructure 1.4 showing the unused switch ports?
There used to be one in Cisco Prime LMS (Reclaim Unused Up/Down Ports Report).
Please check the below links which can be helpful for you:
This link is for version 1.2, and I can't find any report in there regarding unused switch ports.
Is there such a report in version 1.4 or 2.0?
I now have Cisco Prime Infrastructure 2.0 running, and I don't see a report like the "Reclaim Unused Up/Down Ports" report that existed in LMS.
I found one called "Interface Capacity", but it only shows the number of ports that are "connected", "notconnect" or "disabled".
Does anyone know if a report of Unused ports exists in Prime Infrastructure 2.0 or if it will be available later on?
I'll be upgrading to 2.0 in the next few weeks.. And today, while running 1.3, I was looking for a similar report. I'd love to find out what ports are not being used for a duration of time so I can reprovision them for other users (access layer)
Anyone able to find this report? I've found a report that tells you the status of the switchports but, there is no to filter out switchports already in use.
CCNP, CCIP, CCDP, CCNA: Security/Wireless
The exact report I'm looking for. If anyone does know how to produce such a thing please post.
Though it could be one of the reasons we were delivered a LMS licence key along with our Prime Infrastructure 2.0 licence key
Did you ever find an answer to this?? I've just recently upgraded to PI2.2 and still can't find a report that shows the last time a switchport was used.....
Prime 3.0 should be release in August, they mentioned feature parity from LMS, therefore I assume it will be in there... let's hope for the best
Prime 3.0 is now here, Cisco failed again to put the report in it.
There is an open bug for it: CSCum49252
I'm so disappointed how Cisco treats its LMS successor.
Now at version: Cisco Prime Infrastructure 3.1.4
Still no "Switchport - Reclaim Unused - up/down " report available. I am told extracting this data from Prime Infrastructure is possible by tapping the API. Has anyone had a succesful experience with this?
I have also pushed Cisco directly for this feature for about 2 years now. Guess I will have to keep pushing.