|HP-SEARCH-MAC(1)||User Contributed Perl Documentation||HP-SEARCH-MAC(1)|
NAME¶hp-search-mac -- HP switch search tool.
HP-search-MAC is an util that can query HP switches for their connection table. It then allow you to search for a MAC address and tell you where it is physically connected (best match first). . The functionality is similar to traceroute but on Ethernet level and only for HP switches.
USAGE¶hp-search-mac [options] [MAC] [...]
OPTIONS¶hp-search-mac [options] mac [ [options] mac ] [...]
options: --dl n Set debug level to n. --help Print this help. --hostname host[=>community] | -h host[=>community] Set a switch name to search. You can also set this in /etc/hp-search-mac.conf or ~/.hp-search-mac.conf. The hash to set is \%switches.
Mac: You can use some different formats: ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff (hex) ff-ff-ff-ff-ff-ff (hex)
\%switches: This is a normal perl hash of the form \%switches = (\"host\" => \"community\", ...);
AUTHOR¶Ola Lundqvist <email@example.com>
SEE ALSO¶snmp-walk(1) snmp-get(1)
|Sat Jun 18 23:14:52 CEST 2016||hp-search-mac|