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Interface last change report

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Updated February 20, 2017

Overview

If you need a report to show the interfaces where the admin status is up, but the operational status is down, based on a date the last change took place.

This also allows one to modify and see how long an interface that is Administratively Up has been operationally down.  

Environment

  • NCM 7.x and later
  • Inventory for interfaces is run routinely

Detail

The filters can certainly be modified to meet specific requirements, but designed for those looking to see if the operation status is down for a certain time, but the Admin status is still up.

The xml file and instructions to import and use are at:

INTERFACE LAST CHANGE REPORT

A report has been posted there along with screenshots and instructions on how to modify if needed. 

 

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