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Port Mirroring for 2 ports

syntax1127
Occasional Visitor

Port Mirroring for 2 ports

Hi,

I have HP 1810-48G Switch.

 

As for now I have already configured one source port and one destention port for port mirroring and its working fine.

What I would like to accomplish is to have 2 different destenations port so I would be able to monitor port number 1 in port number 2 and in port number 3 as well.

Is it possible in that product? How do I do it.

 

 

As you can see in the jpeg I have attached, It seems that I can not set it the way I want becasue there option for one destenetion only !

 

Any Help?

 

Thanks in advance

Nimrod Amir

 

 

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3 REPLIES
Chrisd131313
Trusted Contributor

Re: Port Mirroring for 2 ports

Hi Syntax,

 

multiple destination ports is not possible on the 1810 series of switches. You can only have multiple source ports mirroring to the single destination port.

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syntax1127
Occasional Visitor

Re: Port Mirroring for 2 ports

Hi,

You said its not working with this series. (1810)

Is there any other series it would work with?

Is it possible at all?

Is there a way to accomplish it somehow?

Thanks again.

 

Chrisd131313
Trusted Contributor

Re: Port Mirroring for 2 ports

Some models do allow for more, I am not sure which do and which don't in the entire HP portfolio though. Maybe the 3500yl and above series.

 

As an example, on a 5400zl series you can specify 4 destination ports. On a 2620, you still only have the one. So you have a few switches inbetween 2900, 3100 that may have more but you would need to check the Configuration and Management guides for those models, I am no familiar with them.

 

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