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Answers: Local SPAN 2

Answers: Local SPAN 2

🕔09:10, 30.Sep 2016

Configuring local SPAN does not take a lot of commands. The bigger danger is capturing too much, which risks losing some of the messages and also causing you more work to see the content that you want to see. As

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Local Span 2

Local Span 2

🕔09:05, 28.Sep 2016

One of many reasons to use the Switched Port Analyzer (SPAN) feature is a Cisco switch is to copy frames out a port that connects to a network analyzer (like Wireshark). Wireshark can then analyze the messages so that you

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Answers: Local SPAN 1

Answers: Local SPAN 1

🕔09:10, 1.Sep 2016

Configuring local SPAN does not take a lot of commands. The bigger danger is capturing too much, which risks losing some of the messages and also causing you more work to see the content that you want to see. As

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Local Span 1

Local Span 1

🕔09:05, 30.Aug 2016

The first step to see useful SPAN output in a network analyzer (like Wireshark) begins with a packet capture. In a network with Cisco switches, that means configuring a Switched Port Analyzer (SPAN) session to direct the to-be-captured messages to

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