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So at work we have a big audit coming up, they want us to go to find out what machine, floor-box port and switch port are connected to.

 

I reckon that we could ping out from the switch to see whats attached to each port and use that to build a spreadsheet.

 

If anyone has any ideas? please save me from this monstrous task!

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Show Mac address-table

Lldp run

Show lldp neighbors

 

Run those 3 commands. First will get you Macs and ports, seocnd will net you some info if the device support lldp.

 

Last option is to use DHCP to gather hostnames.

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, mynameisjuan said:

Show Mac address-table

Lldp run

Show lldp neighbors

 

Run those 3 commands. First will get you Macs and ports, seocnd will net you some info if the device support lldp.

 

Last option is to use DHCP to gather hostnames.

 

 

 

This is assuming LLDP is enabled since its a general security practice to disable it, similar with CDP. 


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2 minutes ago, Skiiwee29 said:

This is assuming LLDP is enabled since its a general security practice to disable it, similar with CDP. 

That's why I had the command lldp run to enable it. Just disable it after the audit.

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