using a 6509 with a sup 720 PFC3C/MSFC3 I need to configure two ERSPAN source session, but in different vrf's and each to a different destination
session and ERSPAN ID.I have got one source session running using a loopback (in vrf ABCDE) as origin IP address and wanted to setup the next source session with a different loopback (in vrf FGHIJ) origin IP address (with different ERSPAN-ID).
I got the message that all ERSPAN source sessions (on a single switch) need to use the same Origin IP address.
monitor session 4 type erspan-source
source interface Gi3/15
ip address (on remote switch A)
origin ip address 10.6.1.13 (loopback in vrf ABCDE)
monitor session 5 type erspan-source
source interface Gi2/31
ip address (on remote switch B)
origin ip address 10.6.1.14 (loopback in vrf FGHIJ) is not allowed.
I wonder if using the origin ip address 10.6.1.13 in session 5 would get this ERSPAN working since this loopback is in another vrf. Or is this vrf only
needed to reach the destination ip address to setup the GRE tunnel? Just want to minimize any risk in breaking the ERSPAN session 4 since this
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