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I used to apt-get install lldpd on Debian but now I can't find same package for Fedora. Needed command line tool is lldpcli. Usage example:

lldpcli show neighbors

Does fedora has this tool too?

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  • Why the down vote? Is the question against server fault rules in some way? – marcio Dec 1 '14 at 2:33
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Yes, it does.

The project website's installation page explains that you must use openSUSE's repository since the packages are not present in the official repositories, or you can build from source.

The instructions for using openSUSE's repository are here.

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  • I would suggest using @MichaelHampton's suggestion rather than mine. – Michael Lowman Dec 1 '14 at 3:42
  • I prefer to use the openSUSE's repo. lldpad seems to be a different tool with different commands, despite it has the same purpose. – marcio Dec 1 '14 at 3:48
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Fedora and RHEL use lldpad rather than lldpd.

yum install lldpad

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