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"Switch type" numbers - is there a list of what models they correspond to?

I'm trying to find a way to identify the model of switch when connected by Telnet or web (SwitchExplorer). The web interface, or the showswitch command, give a numeric "switch type" value (e.g. 34), but I can't find any reference that lists what model corresponds to what "switch type" number.

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Re: "Switch type" numbers - is there a list of what models they correspond to?

Can you use SNMP instead? That will give you the text version of the switch model. This is documented in Brocade's SNMP manual.

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Re: "Switch type" numbers - is there a list of what models they correspond to?

Carlo,brgds. SAN_Bert.

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Re: "Switch type" numbers - is there a list of what models they correspond to?

I've got a few HP-branded switches and they do display the Brocade model via SNMP:SNMPv2-SMI::mib-2.47.1.1.1.1.2.1 = STRING: "SilkWorm4100"

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Re: "Switch type" numbers - is there a list of what models they correspond to?

Carlo,see attach, here is the actually GA Switch/Type/Number List.

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