• A Network Switch Mapping Solution

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Below are many videos demonstrating the various aspects of mapping switches. Different brands and models of switches are shown.

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Videos and Topics Covered

This video demonstrates mapping a Netgear GS724T and covers entering switch settings (IP address, SNMPv2c Community Name), mapping the switch and interpreting results both in the grid and the web browser summary report. It also briefly touches on defining a Ping Sweep range and using Select Switch.

This video demonstrates how easy it is to map a ZyXEL switch 'out-of-the-box'. We cover entering switch settings and mapping the switch. We explain how to interpret the results grid and the web browser summary report. We also discuss the need for ARP table information and the sources for ARP tables.

This video demonstrates how to map a small HP ProCurve switch We cover entering switch settings and mapping the switch. We explain how to interpret the results grid and the web browser summary report. We also discuss the need for ARP table information and the sources for ARP tables.

Every time you map a new switch, we save the settings for that switch. This video shows you how you can easily recall those settings at a later time.

Switches usually only give MAC addresses of attached devices. We use ARP tables from the switch, your computer, server/router 1 and 2 and Ping Sweep to find corresponding IP addresses.
Many people have asked how to import their switch mapping results into a spreadsheet. This video shows you how to do it.

This video shows you how you change the IP address of a switch from an old IP to a new IP.

This video demonstrates who to use the Managed Switch Port Mapping Tool to map a Cisco 3750 switch.

Occasionally you will see a port that is 'Up' (green) but it has no MAC address showing. The switch is not giving us information because it most likely 'aged-out' of the bridge tables. This video goes over things you can do to try to fix that situation.

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