You are right till reaching the last layer 3 hop. Now once you reach the last layer 3 hop use the command "sh ip arp " and note down the mac address.
Once you have the mac address run the command "sh mac-address-table address " and then you will get the port number on which that mac address is learned.
Now check that port if it is a trunk port run a command "sh cdp nei int detail" and you will get the ip address of the next device conneted to this port so log into the the nest switch and run the command again "sh mac-address-table address if it is an IOS device but if you are running catos run the command "sh cam and you will again get one port number.
That may be your pot number on which that server is connected if not it will again be a trunk port so repeat the same process till the time you reach the last port on which server is connected.
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