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I'm about to start moving devices to specific ports on my Catalyst 2950 and my Catalyst 6509.

Which commands would I use to see which MAC address is associated with which port?  

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Brandon
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On the 2950 and 6509 (if running IOS):

show mac-address-table

On the 6509 (if running CatOS):

show cam dynamic
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