Hi All, I need to span a port for sniffer. Src port where server is located : gi 1/11(vlan 100) Dest port where sniffer pc is located: gi 1/25 My question is does the port gi1/25 needs to ve on a specific vlan? Can it be on the same vlan as source port I.r. vlan 100 ? Or should it be on any non-source vlan? thanks in advance
Anyways you can have the destination port on any vlan depending on what interface you are monitoring. Only problem is that when you are monitoring a VLAN rather than physical interface you need to be aware that "A destination port that belongs to a source VLAN of any SPAN session is excluded from the source list and is not monitored"
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