Cisco SPAN with mutiple vlan

Posted on 2010-11-10
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Last Modified: 2013-12-09
I am trying to set up a monitor session on a cisco 6500, but have a few questions.

Below is my setup:

sh monitor session 1
Session 1
Type                   : -
Destination Ports      : Gi11/2
Filter VLANs           : 8,10,16,30,128-129,950,952

sjc0swi00#sh run int g11/2
Building configuration...

Current configuration : 145 bytes
interface GigabitEthernet11/2
 switchport trunk allowed vlan 8,10,16,30,128,129,950,952
 switchport mode trunk
 no ip address

Since I am trying to monitor several different vlan does the destination port has to be trunked? If so, how should I configure it?

Question by:snwl-itservices
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cstosgale earned 2000 total points
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The config of the destination doesn't matter as it will be ignored. Anything connected to it will not be able to do anything apart from receive packets from the source vlans.

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