Re: SPAN More Than 1 Vlan for Received/Sent Traffic
Thanks for responding! What I meant to ask was: Can you have one source and one destination for one vlan and another source/destination for a different VLAN on the same switch? I need to monitor more than one VLAN, but currently we have only one switch for a 5500 and 6509 at two separate sites.
As a sidenote, we are not utlizing trunk ports at the time being since we have ony one switch.
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