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I came across this Cisco device manager application last year... and I can't remember what the name of it was. It let you see all your switches mapped out... does anybody know what I'm talking about? I tried search cisco's site for it... but it's like finding a needle in a haystack

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You mean the Cisco Network Assistant? I saw this a while ago... you'll need to login to get it:

  • Go to "LAN Network Management">"Cisco Network Assistant"
  • Login and download (for windows and mac)

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It's cisco network assistant probably, you need a cisco login but when you get to the download page it is under Network Management -> routing and switch management -> Cisco Network Asssitant.

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