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How do I configure a Gigamon to send TCP Reset backflows to the network?

Posted on 2011-09-20
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We currently have a Web Application Firewall (WAF) connected out-of-line off of a Gigamon that is connected to a span port on a Cisco router.  Looking at the Cisco documentation a SPAN port will still receive TCP Reset packets. The goal is to have the WAF send TCP Resets through the Gigamon. Has anyone configured a Gigamon to do this?
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both is the key. set span source_port destination_port [rx | tx | both]
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