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    Default [Request / Help] Networking

    Hey guys, im looking for some networking software where I can plot what port is connected to what port on our switch at work. Any help?
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    On windows you have an ARP (Adress Resolution Protokoll). Start your Command Prompt and type in arp -a then you can see, the port, mac and ip adress is connected which one in your network. If you need it precisier so you need a network Monitor like NETMon.

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    im not looking for a monitoring tool.... im looking for like a program which shows a server... with a switch and x ammount of port's. I then want it to automatically draw a line (which I put there myself) which connects ports to other ports between switches.
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