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How to manage Linksys SRW 2024

Posted on 2009-04-13
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Dear Experts

i bought a management switch the Linksys SRW 2024 to isolate between its 24 ports but couldin't after many hours of work. the user guide that comes with it does not help.
what i want is to make 23 ports isolated from each others only port # 1 can see all ports.
any help please?
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Hi,

You can configure port-mirroring on your Linksys switch to mirror the traffic of all ports to port1.

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Linksys-SRW2024-Switches-manual/id/420ci973/t/2/
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