Perhaps I'm missing it but is there a way to find the serial number of a NAC device while in CLI? - IE Show Version on a router.
I have not been able to find the serial in the GUI and I don't want to travel to get it. I'm assuming the only way is to visibly verify. Does anyone know this for sure? Thanks.
Try issuing 'dmidecode' in a ssh session.
Do you have a way to also pull the model of the box remotely?
Not really. You'll have to correlate it with the hardware since dmidecode shows you the hardware type, but not the Cisco given labels (like 3310, 3350 etc).
[root@cam-snowball ~]# dmidecode | grep -i product\ name Product Name: ProLiant DL140 G2 Product Name: M75ILA
DL140 is what we sell (or sold) as 3140.
To see this information, type in dmidecode -t system from the CLI. You can see serial and product info at the top of the query.
to show serial number, you can use this command:
dmidecode | grep -i NAC
String 3: P#NAC3315 V#V01S#KQ48FB9
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