LMS 4.2 - How do I find switch ports that are configured as trunks.
I've been tasked with finding all switch ports that are configured as Trunks. We plan to use LMS 4.2 to push (via Netconfig) new interface level commands to all user (non-trunked) ports. From my experience, this poses a problem because we do not know which ports are configured as trunks -vs- user ports.
Using Netconfig is not going to be easy since there is no way to script this. It would be great if I could run a show command on a switch and then have CWSI peform a change based upon the output.
In other words, we need a way to run a job based upon the output of a command.
Is there a section of LMS that I could use for help with this?
You need to go to Monitoring>Dashboard. Here Just click the switch in the Llisted device and then click the interface you will find the all the down and Up interface with type of configuration (i.e. Trunk or Access.)
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