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Port mirroring based off vlan

Port mirroring based off vlan

Port mirroring based off vlan

Hi everyone im trying to have a switch mirror all traafic from a vlan to a certain port.  Our call recording software has a diagram that says this is the correct way to setup our switch

"3. If you would like to record inbound, outbound, and internal calls you should mirror all phone ports via a VLAN. In the above
diagram you will need to assign ports six through nine and place them in a VLAN and setup the VLAN as the source port and port ten
(CallRex) as the destination. This applies to any PBX onsite or offsite."

does anyone know how to mirror the entire vlan?

RE: Port mirroring based off vlan

Your post mentions a diagram, but I don't see one. What hardware is being used for this system/network? You need to provide more details.


RE: Port mirroring based off vlan

here is the diagram that shows exactly what i need to do .  apparently this was done on a cisco switch

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