LMS 4.2.5 - UserTracking Connected End Host Report not useable
trying to understand the different available UserTracking-Reports (Active End Host Report, Dormant End Host, Connected End Host) provided by UserTracking Summary Portlet I struggled with understanding the Connected End Host Report.
In Docs an End Host in status connected is: End hosts that are connected to the network but do not have its MAC address entry in the connected switch CAM table.
Executing this Connected End Hosts Report I'm not able to understand the output:
User Name MAC Address Host Name IP Address Subnet Status Switch Port VLAN Last Seen
1. Connected Fa0/2 AK-ETH23 14 Dec 2014, 05:17:44
2. Connected Fa0/13 VLAN0178 14 Dec 2014, 05:17:44
3. Connected Gi0/15 inactive400 14 Dec 2014, 05:17:44
4. Connected Fa4/13 VLAN0924 14 Dec 2014, 05:17:44
5. Connected Gi0/18 inactive400 14 Dec 2014, 05:17:44
With this output nobody is able to correlate anything; simply a port and a vlan is seen, but no endhost-information/switch or switchport information!
As this can be seen on different LMS installations, it seems to be a general issue.
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