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I would like to find out which IP addresses are on which ports, or when I disconnect a cable to show me which port just dropped? Anyone out there who can shed some light on the telnet commands available or perhaps a cheat sheet of sorts?

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closed as not constructive by HopelessN00b, dunxd, mgorven, mdpc, Khaled Mar 16 '13 at 9:06

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The Dell PowerConnect 2848 user manual contains a section on using the CLI, including commands and examples. Starts at page 157. (And took seconds to locate through Google and/or, for future reference.)

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