However, I have the 3rd switch (CoreSW) in the middle, it seems to be a little tricky here. Do I have to configure anything on the CoreSW so that the monitored traffic would flow only from SW1 to SW2 directly without flooding to other switches that are also connected to the CoreSW?
Thanks for your suggestion. Your config looks clean.
However, I'm trying to figure out how the vlan 900 in this example works if I only have one NIC on each of my servers which is currently assiged to vlan 10. So do you suggest that I should use a 2nd NIC on each server and assign it to vlan 900 to make this work?
Is a dedicated RSPAN vlan a must have vlan and the only way to make this work? or is it just a smart choice that most people are doing?
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