procurve ports export to a cvs or spreadsheet

Is there a way or tool to export all ports on a HP Procurve switch to see what vlans is being tagged/untagged? I prefer a column view because it is easier to see and compare rather than config  file.

thanks
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atrevidoCommented:
which procurve switch and software/firmware level are you using?
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officertangoAuthor Commented:
procurve 5406, 8600, 2600, etc.
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atrevidoCommented:
THe procurve switches 54xx, 26xx do not have any export tools that I'm aware of.  The web GUI hasn't changed in years and it also doesn't have any real ability to export anything.  The best thing I can come up with is to run a #show mac-addr command and copy paste that into excel and massage it how  you want.  This tells you what port is assigned what VLAN but it doesn't really reference tagging.  

As for the 8600 series, that switch was made by Juniper I think it was?  I don't remember, but their tools may be different.  Sorry I couldn't have been more help
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jburgaardCommented:
No, You can not do exact that.
What you can do is something like:
Copy the output of some commands to tftp-server

find vlans on switch:
 show vlans
then iterate , here untagged and tagged ports in vlan 1:
copy command-output "show vlan 1" tftp 10.20.30.40 VL-1.txt
(that is if you have set up a tftp-server with IP=10.20.30.40 and make a txt-file per output)

or try this PAQ'd SNMP-way
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Hardware/Networking_Hardware/Switches/Q_27933983.html

HTH
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officertangoAuthor Commented:
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