What span session number did you select? You will need to select Monitor Session number 2 from the list of available Monitor Sessions. You cannot use 1 since that is already in use by one of your other service modules.
If you look at the output of your show monitor session all command, you see that session 1 is already used. The FWSM typically occupies one span session. The 6500 is limited to two local span sessions.
Including all ports on a module in a span will have little impact on the switch, but it could overflow the gigabit interface that NAM uses.
If all ports are included wouldn't it be 4.8Gbps when used in full capacity and hence cause an overflow for sure.
How about the CPU and memory usage. My main concern is that the Prod Application should be impacted because of my increased monitoring settings. Ideally speaking I would like all the ports to be monitored for any required troubleshooting....don't know where a problem may appear.
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