I have a pair of Cat6500s. There is a server with two NICs and each one of the NICS is connected to a gigabit port on each of the Cat6500s. I want to be able to sniff the two ports by monitoring both ports from a single destination port on one of the Cat6500s. How do I do this?
The 6500 IOS is similar to the 7600 IOS in native mode (you are referring to Native mode, aren't you? :^) ).
Basically, on the one 6500 that you are sniffing from, your config would look like this:
monitor session 1 source int (server's int #1)
monitor session 1 source remote vlan 500
monitor session 1 destination (sniffer int)
On the other 6500:
monitor session 1 source int (server's int #2)
monitor session 1 destination remote vlan 500
I just picked 500 for the example. Don't forget to allow the remote vlan across your trunk link, preferably (if you are expecting a lot a traffic), across a trunk link that does not have a lot of traffic across it.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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