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ProCurve 1800-24G switch: How to get list of MAC addresses of attached devices

Posted on 2011-09-11
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We have about 10 HP ProCurve 1800-24G switches.
I know that with some models of switches, I could telnet in and get a list of devices by MAC address on each port.

This model has a web interface; nothing to show a list of attached devices.
I need a recommendation for something that will give me this information.


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Enable snmp on the switch. Download a free switch port mapper. Then enter the switches ip address, the router's or layer 3 switches ip and the snmp community. This will map what devices is plugged into which port. Of course provided they are powered on.

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I haven't worked on the switch in a while but I think you can get it like this

from Support -> Support File and then select VLAN&MAC Information as a download file.

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I tried both of your suggestions successfully.
Thank you!
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