Re: Implementing SPAN and RSPAN on cisco Catalyst 4506
What I normally do is have two network interfaces for any device that needs to monitor traffic. One port can be listening while you manage the other port via another network connection.
One thing you can do is to check if your m/c (after it drops) can it still see the traffic that you SPAN'ed? (i.e. check from the console of the machine) Do you think the m/c is getting close to 100Mbps that it can't handle both normal and promiscious mode operations? Hope this helps.
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