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SPAN in Catalyst 6509

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Feb 18th, 2003
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We are trying to configure a few SPAN in the same equipment, but only one is allowed. Does anyone know how can I do it?


TIA

here is what you need to do


set span [source{port/vlan}] [destination port ] {here is where you put your options} create


if you do not add the create at the end the current span session will just be erased. if you add the create at the end a new session will be establised.


here is a list of the options.

[rx | tx | both] [inpkts {enable | disable}] [learning {enable | disable}] [multicast {enable | disable}]


"sho span" to verify config.



Mark Goodson

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7rbowenii Tue, 02/18/2003 - 13:03
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TIA- Look into RSPAN capabilities of the 6509, it should have what you are looking for...

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here is what you need to do


set span [source{port/vlan}] [destination port ] {here is where you put your options} create


if you do not add the create at the end the current span session will just be erased. if you add the create at the end a new session will be establised.


here is a list of the options.

[rx | tx | both] [inpkts {enable | disable}] [learning {enable | disable}] [multicast {enable | disable}]


"sho span" to verify config.



Mark Goodson

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