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I have a bunch of extreme switches on my epicenter 7 software. How do I see the activity of each port in realtime for a particular switch?
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Check the map view from the network views folder for that device, you can then drill down aquire detailed inforamtion.

http://www.extremenetworks.com/libraries/services/EPICenter_Concepts_and_Solutions_Guide.pdf

harbor235 ;}

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