October 23, 2019
Sometimes it can be a pain to trace back which device is connected to which port on the Switch ?
Especially when you have multiple VLANs it is critical that you use the correct port configuration to make everything work.
So we will you an IP Scanner combined with some Telnet session access to the switch to find what we need.
First you scan your network using any kind of IP Scanner that lists the IP / MAC Address combination.
Next you can have to make a Telnet session to the Switch to list all Mac Addresses
I use the famous PuTTY to connect the switch using Telnet
Use these commands to list the Mac Addresses for a HP & CISCO Switch
HP Aruba :
Show mac-address VLAN 1
MAC -> Port
dis mac-address 4851b7-64c5b2
PORT -> MAC
dis mac-address interface 29
show mac address-table
MAC -> Port
show mac-address-table address 0016.35ae.8380
PORT -> MAC
show mac address-table interface f0/13
TIP : If you want to EXPORT the list for documentation purposes.
Turn on the LOGGING setting as Printable Output
Now that you have the link between the MAC address and the PORT # you can easily find back the device
If you want to trace back the device by MANUFACTURER NAME you can use the ADVANCED IP SCANNER
February 22, 2015
Getting some statistics out of your blog is interesting to see how you are doing.
If you are using WordPress there are some native statistics available.
But the “Referrers” and the Search Engine details are limited to non existing
So there are some extra Tools you can add on.
Go the the WP Dashboard and go to the TOOLS section.
In there you see : “Website Verification Services“
You can add the “Google Webmaster Tools” for more detailed search statistics.
To get it running you need a verification code. Go to Google Webmaster Tools Fill in your URL.
Select Alternative Method – select HTML Tag and copy the Meta Tag.
Go back to WordPress Tools and past it in the Google Webmaster Tools section.
Next enjoy all the visitor and Google search statistics.
As a bonus you some some extra feature to tune the Google Search
January 3, 2013
Using the WLW (Windows Life Writer) as an editor makes life easy posting in WordPress or any other familiar blog site. How to do it is a different story. After experimenting this is only way I could get it to run easily. First look for the PreCode Add-in for WLW Once installed you just click the add-in and past the code in there like this. Starting with the [ sourcecode Language=”ScriptLanguage”] tag. The <pre></pre> tags are automatically added by the PreCode Add-in if you have the format set like this.
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