Monitor Port Activity on x460-48t

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Create Date: Jan 2 2013 7:36PM

Is there a way to show how long a port has been active?  I want to find out which ports are not used and reclaim them across my switch stack? I have done it before with HP switches by foirst enabling a setting to start monitoring the ports

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Create Date: Jan 3 2013 11:56PM

sh port X inf detail will tell you when was the last time the Link went up or down. But if i am not wrong the feature was avialble only after 12.6

The other option is to look into the logs 
show match "<port number>" and see if it give you what you are looking for.

Let me know if that works

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Create Date: Jan 14 2013 9:10PM

None of the commands got me the information I needed so I just did it manually by tracing every port.

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Create Date: Jan 18 2013 9:39AM

Hello,

Reporting module of ridgeline do it for you.
Network Summary>Slots, Stacks and Ports>Unused port

regards
Frédéric.



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