I have been playing with your scripts… and I have to say that they are quite impressive. I have the report working that I wanted and now I am faced with another dilemma. Getting a list of all of the ip addresses of the Cisco devices in my network!! I tried the cdp neighbor script and it works great up until it meets our Cisco IGX’s in our network. We have a layer 2 change at these devices from ATM to Frame and CDP will not cross it. Is there another way I can get a list of my Cisco devices? I thought about somehow pulling the eigrp neighbor list and using it for the seeds for the CDP script. Do you have any Ideas on how to modify the CDP script to do eigrp neighbor? I have around 3000 routers and switches and 164 people that can add devices to the network. In other words… things change every day.
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