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This is a kind of high level issue I am having, but I figured I'd bring it here anyway. I've got a stack of Cisco 3750G switches. I need to document the network layout and I really don't want to use a tester to map out which patch panel port goes to which office. What I am hoping to do is sniff the traffic on each individual port, find the local private ip of the computer on that port, and then use a network scanner to match up each machine to its current ip.
I've looked at NTop, but couldn't get it to run on my windows machine. Does anyone know of a tool, maybe like ethereal, that would let me sniff traffic isolated to a single switch port of a cisco switch?