How to tell when the interface is down and was last active.
Is there a function within Cisco Prime Infrastructure 2.0 (22.214.171.124.294) that will display the last time that an interface was active? Our end switch hardware is as follows C2960s-48fps and C3750-48PS-S.
See below for command and command output from the console of one of our switches.
C2960s-48fps#show int gi1/0/6 | include Last | proto
GigabitEthernet1/0/6 is down, line protocol is down (notconnect)
Last input never, output 1w6d, output hang never
Above is an example of one interface but can this be accomplished for all interfaces on the said switch?
Message was edited by: Bobby Sasser The following is the response that Cisco TAC sent. Not happy with this answer! Unfortunately , Prime doesn’t collect those precise information. So apparently you won’t be able to poll that information from the device.
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