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NCM Inventory report

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ARP Tables

Displays ARP tables from each device.


Displays details about each interface.

IP Addresses on Each Interface

Displays the IP addresses assigned to each device.

Juniper Physical Entities

Displays information about Juniper physical entities within each device.

Last Status Change for Each Interface

Displays the time the status last changed on each interface.

Logical Entities

Displays the logical entities within each device.

Physical Entities (Serial Number)

Displays information about physical entities within each device.

Physical Entities (Serial Number) v2

Displays information about physical entities within each device.

Switch Ports

Displays spanning tree and VLAN information on each switch port.

TCP Services

Displays the TCP services on each device.

UDP Services

Displays the UDP services on each device.


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