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Span port 6500 12.1-(20)E MSFC2 inpkts

From my research, it looks as if the CatOS had an inpkts keyword with spanning ports that allowed the SPAN port to receive normal incoming traffic. Is there an option like that in the IOS/MSFC2 configuration? Thanks.

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Re: Span port 6500 12.1-(20)E MSFC2 inpkts

That feature is not supported in Native IOS code for Cat6000:

Features Not Supported

•Ability to accept ingress traffic on SPAN destination ports (CatOS equivalent - set span ... inpkts enable)

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/lan/cat6000/12_1e/ol_2310.htm

Re: Span port 6500 12.1-(20)E MSFC2 inpkts

Contacting your local Cisco SE would be the first step. Feature request are done based on business case, and feasability of the feature.

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Re: Span port 6500 12.1-(20)E MSFC2 inpkts

That feature is not supported in Native IOS code for Cat6000:

Features Not Supported

•Ability to accept ingress traffic on SPAN destination ports (CatOS equivalent - set span ... inpkts enable)

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/lan/cat6000/12_1e/ol_2310.htm

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Re: Span port 6500 12.1-(20)E MSFC2 inpkts

Thanks, now I know where to find that type of information. I wonder if I can make this a feature request?

Re: Span port 6500 12.1-(20)E MSFC2 inpkts

Contacting your local Cisco SE would be the first step. Feature request are done based on business case, and feasability of the feature.

Cisco Employee

Re: Span port 6500 12.1-(20)E MSFC2 inpkts

Actually there is a request already submitted and it will be in the next release of 12.2 IOS

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/bugtool/onebug.pl?bugid=CSCdw04249

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Re: Span port 6500 12.1-(20)E MSFC2 inpkts

Thanks for the update, that is great news. I wish there was a way to keep up with all of this information!

-Rick

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