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how to know ip & mac for pc connect to switch ports? please help

Discussion in 'Networks' started by alivip, Apr 14, 2009.

  1. alivip

    alivip Bit Poster

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    how to know ip & mac connect to switch ports (cisco 2950)?
    for example I wont to know the ip & mac for pc connect to port 01 or 02 ..etc
    please help
     
  2. zebulebu

    zebulebu Terabyte Poster

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    Interrogate the ARP cache on the switch
     
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  3. alivip

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    thanks but could you please give me the code
     
  4. onoski

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    Type cmd from the start button run and then when in the command or dos prompt screen type getmac and or ipconfig. I hope this is not a trick question?:)
     
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  5. Sparky
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    That will work on a PC but it wont show you the arp cache on the cisco switch :wink:
     
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  6. onoski

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    Yep! sorry my bad didn't read the full question:)
     
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  7. Spice_Weasel

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    Scene: Dank, dark wiring closet. A single bulb sways gently, casting a dim pool of light on a Cisco 2950.

    Net Admin: Talk! I what to know the mac adress, port and ip address!

    C2950: Not a chance, copper! I ain't no snitch!

    Net Admin: You're looking at hard time, 2950. You're EOL is October 2009 - that's coming up fast. And I hear there's a couple of ProcCurves waiting for you in cellblock D...

    C2950: No dice - I ain't afraid of no ProCurve - what are you going to do next, threaten me with a Nortel?

    Net Admin: Alright, then how about #sh mac to display that mac address table of yours?

    C2950: Erk, you wouldn't dare!

    Net Admin: And, maybe a little #sh mac address-table interface might change your mind - and if you don't start talking I might be forced to use ? to learn even more...

    C2950: Ok, ok, I'll talk! Put away the command line, have mercy!


    And that is how you interrogate a switch.

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  8. onoski

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    What is your knowledge in routing and basic networking? I presume you're a student. Try running the "show commands" on your switch. An example is from the command prompt # show running etc.
     
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  9. alivip

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    yes that What I mean
    also if I can get all table of IP and MAC (all IP and MAC) in one command
    in additional to separate port
     
  10. ThomasMc

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    :biggrin
     
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  11. zebulebu

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    See the problem with this is that we're falling into the same trap that we did with professor falken. I provided Ali with an answer that pointed him in the right direction but he was too lazy to bother looking into it himself, and posted again asking us to, in effect, do his job for him.

    No-one ever learned anything that way.
     
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