Of course you can. It will be configured the same as an access port:
monitor session 1 destination int g0/24
However be aware of the following:
Each local SPAN session destination session must have a destination port (also called a monitoring port) that receives a copy of traffic from the source port.
The destination port has these characteristics:
•It must reside on the same switch as the source port (for a local SPAN session).
•It can be any Ethernet physical port.
•It cannot be a source port or a reflector port.
•It cannot be an EtherChannel group or a VLAN.
•It can be a physical port that is assigned to an EtherChannel group, even if the EtherChannel group has been specified as a SPAN source. The port is removed from the group while it is configured as a SPAN destination port.
•The port does not transmit any traffic except that required for the SPAN session.
•If ingress traffic forwarding is enabled for a network security device, the destination port forwards traffic at Layer 2.
•It does not participate in spanning tree while the SPAN session is active.
•When it is a destination port, it does not participate in any of the Layer 2 protocols (STP, VTP, CDP, DTP, PagP, or LACP).
•No address learning occurs on the destination port.
•A destination port receives copies of sent and received traffic for all monitored source ports. If a destination port is oversubscribed, it could become congested. This could affect traffic forwarding on one or more of the source ports.
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