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I forgot my Copier is situated in which port of my CISCO C3560!

suarasakthi
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Beginner

Hi guys,

What show command is needed to see the IP for machine that is connected via the switch?

Using CDP Neighbours does show EVERYTHING ...except for the network copier!

Please help.

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vragotha
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show mac addres-table

show arp

show cdp neighbor shows only CDP capable devices

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vragotha
Participant
Participant

show mac addres-table

show arp

show cdp neighbor shows only CDP capable devices

Thanks a lot Vijay!

OMG! This already covered in ICND2~!

Thanks dude.

Using mac-address does show the ports but it is showing an trunk port that is connected to another switch.

I use the show arp and saw the IP, mac address, type ARPA and Vlan2. It doesnt state the port. I need to know which port in this 2nd switch.

aaaaaah...

Show port address

I usually do a 'sh arp | include ' to find the IP Address to MAC Address mapping. Then I do a 'sh mac add | include ' to find which port it's on.

RAMACHANDRA R
Beginner
Beginner

Hi,

Use some third party tools like switchport mapper to get the ip address and mac address of each ports

HTH

Rama

Collin Clark
Advisor
Advisor

Here's a write up I did for my co-workers.

http://www.packetpros.com/cisco_kb/Find_Device.html

Hope it helps.

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