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I looking for a product will allow me to do a CDP neighbor on all of my 75 switches and render the output in an organized and understandable manner.
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Kamran Arshad earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Have you tried CiscoWorks? Network discovery softwares other then the cisco do not use CDP as it is propriety of cisco. All other use ICMP to discover and then SNMP to resolve the nodes. For snmp you may use the below;

1- RogueScanner
http://www.paglo.com/system/downloads/RogueScannerSetup_2_6_0_0.exe

2- Solarwinds Surveyor
www.solarwinds.com

3- Spiceworks
www.spiceworks.com

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