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Good afternoon,

I want to use the show mac-address commad to list all devices connected to a Cisco switch 3750. However, I want to filter the list by excluding the MAC addresses that have a particular port that I have previously identified (they are access ports)

For example, to exclude all MACs that have port Gi1/0/49 I run the following coomand:

show mac-address dynamic | exclude Gi1/0/49

My question is, how can I filter two ports at the same time?


For example, now I want to remove the MACs from ports Gi1/0/49 and Gi2/0/50. What command do I use to exclude both at the same time? Something like show mac-address dynamic | exclude Gi1/0/49 and Gi2/0/50.

Thanks in advance,

Ana
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show mac-address dynamic | exclude Gi1/0/49 | exclude Gi2/0/50

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show mac-address dynamic | exclude Gi1/0/49 | exclude Gi2/0/50
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ugh.
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I tried show mac-address dynamic | exclude Gi1/0/49 | exclude Gi2/0/50, and it doesn't work. I still get mac addresses with those ports. Thanks anyway
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show mac-address dynamic | exclude Gi1/0/49|Gi2/0/50

add as much as you like (make sure to include | between each without spaces
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Thank you very much. I got the result that I wanted :)
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