Hi all, I am relatively new to networks and still trying to find my feet a bit as it were. A large part of my role is patching and capacity managmenet/planning. We already have a spreadsheet that someone has created after auditing all of our various network devices and so on, which at present we update when any new patching is done and so forth. This is fine, however I know over time people will forget to update and/or make errors and this is going to become unreliable, which will then no doubt mean me going round doing a full audit again on all devices. I want to try and avoid having to do that, so I am looking at a couple of the tools we have here, we have Cisco Works 3.1 LMS, Scrutinizer 6.0 and Denika, I am hoping that at least one of these tools could allow me to set up a way of reporting on interfaces, so I could have various reports set up to say poll certain devices (Core switches for example) and show any ports that have not been used for x amount of time, then I could do the same again on client patching switches and so on. Problem is I don't know much about these tools or if this is even possible? Anyone on here able to advise? Point me in the right direction? I would prefer to use Scrutinizer, as that is backed up by the best hardware. Our Cisco Works installation is ridiculously under powered and slow, and it's on a VM so to move it to decent hardware etc would probably mean needing to purchase something to do the job and that's unlikely in the current climate.