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How to Display Cisco DHCP Leases

Posted on 2009-06-29
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We have installed Cisco Infrastructure in our Network , the Core Switches are reponsible for DHCP.

Everything works like a charm , but I would like to monitor the IP Leases , in other word I need a commmand or tool that displays the IPs and corrosponding Names of the client computers.

Thanks in advance
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when signed in to the switch:  SHOW DHCP LEASE
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The command is

show ip dhcp binding

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