I'm running 3.1.0 but can't see that report. The options I have under Device reports are :-
|AP Ethernet Port Utilization||New|
|AP Image Pre-download||New|
|AP Profile Status||New|
|AP Radio Downtime Summary||New|
|Classmap QOS Statistics||New|
|Device Credential Verification||New|
|GET VPN Network Status||New|
|Non-Primary Controller APs||New|
|Top AP by Client Count||New|
|Unified AP Radio Downtime Summary(Deprecated)||New|
|Wired Detailed Device Inventory||New|
|Wired Device Availability||New|
|Wired Module Detail||New|
|Wired Port Attribute||New|
|Wireless Up Time||New|
Attached photo is from Version 3.1.6.
But this report does not tell you when Ports where used the latest. It just tells you with what utilization limit which switch has how many empty/used/empty-down ports. again It does not tell when the ports where used the latest. And that is the report that we need. I saw a python script I'm going to test
In 3.2 there is a port reclaim report. Doesn't work for me, I run it on a switch that I know has unused ports and get this for a result
No data matches the specified criteria for the report.
Port Reclaim Report is unfortunately NOT working as expected. "Unused Up" I strongly assume is for switchports that are operationally down but not administratively shut down correct? I have multiple ports that match this decription with last input and output status as "never" and all interface counters 0, and yet the port still does not show up in the Unused Up. I have synced the device and the device has been in this state for many weeks and still no dice in the report, regardless if I choose reporting period of 1 day, 1 year or anything in between.
Additionally this Port Reclaim Report is completely counter-intuative. In LMS4.2 I have the option to report all switchports that have not been used for x amount of time. The output of that report shows me all ports not used for the past 30 days. This new Port Reclaim report in Cisco Prime Infrastructure, when choosing "reporting period" of say 8 weeks, shows all switch ports that have been operationally down from 0 to 8 weeks; not ports that have been down for 8 weeks or more! Please Cisco!!!