First thing to note is this; If you are using typical monitor commands to mirror ports not RSPAN, then your destination is a mirror of your source port. That means that both ports the exact same traffic and the vlan settings for the destination mean nothing. In order to view what the destination is seeing you will need a packet capture program and an interface that is Promiscuous mode. There are also appliances such as IDS that require a spanned port to function.
To speak to your specific commands here is what I see;
"monitor session 1 source interface Fa0/47"
Is missing an RX, TX or both command to state what traffic on the port you want to monitor. Without that parameter the span is configured but will not pass any traffic.
I went into a production switch with multiple VLAN's and attempted this full command. IOS does not allow any parameters past interface Fa0/48. Where did you get the ingress vlan 282?
I know that Monitor/SPAN commands have changed over time with IOS revisions. So you may have a different command set than what I am working off of. Here is the link to Cisco's documentation concerning Spanning ports on Catalyst Switches;
The missing Rx,Tx or both is not an issue, default is both but i did some further research on the option ingress vlan id, and when i understand this good this option gives the monitor port the availability to sent traffic to the specified vlan. But is this not dangerous ?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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