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I have a Cisco 4510R that has a couple of monitor sessions configured.  One appears below.  Does this session need a destination in order to be active?

monitor session 1 source interface Gi1/3 - 4 , Gi1/7 - 11 , Gi1/30
monitor session 1 filter packet-type good rx
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Yes, you need a destination to tell the switch to which interface to send the traffic.
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by:Nayyar HH (CCIE RS)
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SPAN Destinations can be a physical Interfaces and VLAN (for Remote SPAN)
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