Cisco IOS, MIB, scripting

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Hello Everyone, Happy New Year!! I am not to familiar with the Cisco IOS or MIB's or scripting for that matter. We currently have a managed network with several hundred cisco routers and switches. I am wondering if there is a way (or are ways) that the "show module" and/or "show port" information can be pulled from a switch or multiple switches and neatly formatted into a txt file or excel spreadsheet, so that it could be easily imported into a database. Alternatively if there is a specific MIB or MIB code? that could do the same thing? Ideally I would like to automate the infomration pull and fomratting, and build database links between switch, modules and the posts of a module. Thanks. Gryphon.

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This might be a tool to look into:

http://www.switchinspector.com/

[I haven’t tried it yet, though]

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  • ElaITgal
    hi Gryphon, In fact you can do it using AdRem's NetCrunch. Download 30-day trial here: http://www.adremsoft.com/demo/demo.php Install it and scan the network. You can select option to scan only given types of device (for example switches and routers only). The map of the discovered devices will appear. Go to Map, select Details tab and there in the Interfaces column you can see the status of each port of all switches on the map. You can save the table to html or excel file if you wish. See the screenshot here (this is filtered view of servers, but you can create filtered view of Cisco switches and routers, too) http://www.adremsoft.com/img/screen/netcrunch3/servers.jpg hope it helps!
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