Though it might sounds stupid but I am wondering if there is anyway to dynamically add description of each port.
What I am trying to achieve is port 1 of Switch A is connected to Port 2 of Switch B.
I want to add description on port 1 of Switch A to provide the information of destination device like IP of the destination device or MAC address or name of the device (end device could be cisco switch or server).
I know how to hard quote the description of each port but the problem is down the raw if someone change the up link port on switch B from port 2 to port 3 than description on port 2 would be invalid.
So I am looking for a way to get the Switch B (destination device) information(IP/MAC/ hostname/ etc) and plug it into description of port 1 of Switch A.
Basically you are hard quoting the port description. Thats not what I want to achieve. I need to get to dynamic (using macros or whatever) of the description of the destination device. this information could be IP or MAC address or anything.
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