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Hi,

We are using the Cisco 3750 switch in our enviormet.
what is the command or way to check the switch interface when it was used last time it for the notconnect interfaces.

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If I correctly understand you, you can use a "#show interface" command. In the output of this command look at similar string "Last input 00:00:03, output 00:01:08".
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correct but most of the time it says never. what does it means ?

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"Last input Never" means there was no successful interface packet transfer to other end point, of course.

Please, show us an full output of #sh int {specify the port that you are interested in}.
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