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RCDP - Network Mapper


Recursive mapping/discovery of network devices via CDP/OSPF

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CLI based, recursive mapping/discovery of network devices via SNMP(CDP/OSPF/BGP MIBs). SNMP(LLDP MIBs), telnet, and SSH are to follow, along with multi-vendor support (right now only supports cisco devices).
Requires Perl and Net::SNMP, Net::SSH, and Net::Telnet modules.

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  • Recursively discovery Cisco devices via SNMP(CDP/OSPF/BGP)
  • TFTP Upload, Copy Running to Startup, copy running config to TFTP server
  • List hardware, IOS, and serial numbers for chassis and modules
  • List unused ports since device has been up
  • Find a device by IP/MAC address on the network
  • CLI based, so works via an SSH, Telnet, etc


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Intended Audience

Information Technology, Telecommunications Industry, System Administrators

User Interface

Console/Terminal, Command-line

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