I have two 3550's connected in a stack using gig ports. I wanna moniter port fa0/1 of switch one and fa0/1 of switch two traffic on port fa0/4 of switch one. I wanna to know if i can configure RSPAN to do that. Please let me know how to do it. Thanks for your help
If yours switches in stack you can handle the two equipments as one. So you can reach the first switch port like Fastethernet 1/0/1 and the second Fastethernet 2/0/1 and after you can set the destination port to Fastethernet 1/0/4. I hope I am right, please confirm me...
If the two device is separated you can use remote-span vlans for this issue. Create one vlan (remote-span) on your VTP server and after you can set the destination on the source device to the vlan (remote-span) and on the other switch you can set the source to the rspan vlan.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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