Mac/IP address mapping tool for use with HP Procurve Switches

Is anyone aware of a free/low cost tool that can be used to map MAC and IP addresses to ports on HP Procurve network switches. I need to be able to look historically at port usage using both MAC and IP addresses. We currently use HP's ProcurveManager+ product for mangement and reporting but it gives no historical port mapping information. I can see from the switch CLI's themselves most current MAC addresses but again no historical information.
Our Procurve estate consists of the following devices:-
Procurce 5400zl core switch, Procurve 2500 and 2600 edge switches.
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