The advertised IP address that is assigned to the interface of the device
on which the CDP message is sent. The device can advertise all addresses for
a given protocol suite and, optionally, can advertise one or more loopback
IP addresses. But this property only show the first address.
CDP version. The value is always 1.
Device ID which identifies the device. By default, the device ID is
either the device's fully-qualified host name (including the domain
name) or the device's hardware serial number in ASCII.
Half/full duplex setting of the advertising port.
Hardware platform. An ASCII character string that describes the
hardware platform of the device , e.g. "cisco WS-C2940-8TT-S"
IP prefix. Each IP prefix represents one of the directly connected
IP network segments of the local route.
The configured location of the device.
The configured IP address of the SNMP management interface for the
MTU, the maximum transmission unit for the advertising port. Possible
values are 1500 through 18190.
Port ID. An ASCII character string that identifies the port on which
the CDP message is sent, e.g. "FastEthernet0/8"
The number of CDP messages we have received from the device.
Software version on the device. A character string that provides
information about the software release version that the device is
running. e.g. "Cisco Internetwork Operating Syscisco WS-C2940-8TT-S"
The configured SNMP system name of the device.
The configured SNMP system OID of the device.
This is the periodicity of advertisement, the time between two
successive CDP message transmissions
Time-To-Live. the amount of time, in seconds, that a receiver should
retain the information contained in the CDP packet.
The native VLAN of advertising port. The native VLAN is the VLAN to
which a port returns when it is not trunking. Also, the native VLAN
is the untagged VLAN on an 802.1Q trunk.
Properties inherited from DynamicData