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Multiple destinations in Catalyst 3560

In Catalyst 3560, is it possible to define multiple destination ports for a monitor session in a SPAN configuration?

I want to use HSRP for redundancy, VLAN SPAN and define multiple ports as destinations in a Call-Center in order to record conversations in many different servers.

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Re: Multiple destinations in Catalyst 3560

I don't think that you can have more than one destination port in a SPAN session.

Re: Multiple destinations in Catalyst 3560

Hi friend,

Multiple span sessions cannot have the same destination interface

Narayan

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Re: Multiple destinations in Catalyst 3560

Hi Narayan,

Actually, I want many destinations to the same span session. I have many servers that have to listen the same traffic.

If it is not possible to create many destinations to a single span session, is it possible to create many span session with the same source but for each one create different destinations?

VIT

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Re: Multiple destinations in Catalyst 3560

If it is not possible to create many destinations to a single span session, is it possible to create many span sessions with the same source but for each one create different destinations?

Re: Multiple destinations in Catalyst 3560

Hi,

You can configure atmost 2 SPAN seesion on 3560 with different Destination port in each session.So you can have same source in a different span session but with a different destination port.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/lan/cat3560/12225see/scg/swspan.htm#wp1200733

HTH,Please rate if it does.

-amit singh

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Re: Multiple destinations in Catalyst 3560

Hi amit singh,

The document that you indicated states that:

"You can have multiple destination ports in a SPAN session, but no more than 64 destination ports."

So, I understand that I can have one SPAN session with the source being the VLAN that I want to monitor and the destinations being the ports that I connect the recording servers of the call-center.

Am I correct?

Unfortunately I do not have access to a 3560 to try to configure this.

VIT

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Re: Multiple destinations in Catalyst 3560

More info in the same document that helps:

"You can use monitor session session_number destination command multiple times to configure multiple destination ports."

VIT

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