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How do I set 1 port on my Intel 510T Ethernet switch for port mirorring

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I have a sniffer that I need to set up and it requires port mirorrring at the switch level
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I do not have a 510T but I did find a manual for it.
From page 50 from manual---
To add a mirrored port to a switch:
Note If Port Mirroring is enabled, the source port will be in storeand-
forward mode. Therefore, Runts, CRCs, etc. will not be
forwarded or mirrored.
1 Select Device Setup or Stack Setup.
2 Click Port Mirroring.
3 Click Add.
4 For a stack, click Switch and select one.
5 Click Reflect from and select the port that you want.
6 Click Reflect to and select the port to where the traffic can
be debugged/monitored.
7 Click OK.

Cheers,
Bob Genestet
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