I would like to define a SPAN session and output traffic to multiple destination ports. I am running into limitations on the Catalyst 2950 and 3550 switches of only being able to define one or two destination ports for this traffic - in most cases this is sufficient, but I have several areas where we would like to be able to support three destination interfaces.
I'm wondering if there is a Cisco switch solution that would support this?
If not are there any other recommendations? A 100mbps hub off of a SPAN port should do the trick, but it is increasingly difficult to find a "real" hub that doesn't have some kind of rudimentary switching which interferes with seeing all the traffic.
Do I need to look for a network tap or port regenerator?
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