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on a cisco switch is there any way to identify, through SNMP queries, which interfaces are involved and configured in a port channel?

I did some experiment with commons MIB, without result.

Any idea?

Thanks in advance, Gianluca

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This page shows some helpful suggestions that might get what you want, assuming you have the same kind of switch and a reasonably similar IOS version in use:

https://community.cisco.com/t5/network-management/snmp-check-etherchannel-interface-members/td-p/1069995

These other questions are similar and have additional information:

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/14960157/how-to-map-portchannel-to-interfaces-via-snmp

how to get port/interface status of cisco switch via snmp

If you put them all together you should be able to get good results for your needs.

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