Dell PowerConnect 2848 Telnet

Posted on 2013-05-09
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Last Modified: 2016-11-23
I want to find which mac assigned to which port over the telnet is it possible ?
Question by:3XLcom
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Expert Comment

ID: 39155170
In our powerconnect switch "show arp" used to give us the mac address and interface assignments for them.


Author Comment

ID: 39155232
we have nothing as it is

User Name:admin

console# show
  ip                   IP information
  tech-support         Show system information
console# show

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Expert Comment

ID: 39155302
Yes, our's is not 28xx model.

I guess gui is the only way to look at the mac addresses using Switch---> Address Table---> Dynamic Addresses Table.

This switch is not meant for cli and has got very very limited cli facility.

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dbright5813 earned 1000 total points
ID: 39155411
Dell doesn't really support CLI until you get into the 3xxx series and above.
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surbabu140977 earned 1000 total points
ID: 39155463
yeah, we are using 5324.....

28xx doesn't really look like a cli thing. User Manual is all GUI only.


Author Closing Comment

ID: 39155570
yeah it is some thing like a baby toy on 2xxx series

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