I've learned recently that the Nexus 7000 only allows the configuration of a maximum of 2 Monitor sessions for spanning traffic. I only have one monitor session left and I need to do the following. 2 Core Nexus 7000 boxes with 2 different traffic probes/sniffers to each nexus( eg Sniffer 1 connects to Switch A on interface eth 1 and to Switch B on eth 1 ; Sniffer 2 connects to Switch A on eth 2 and to Switch B on eth 2.) My plan was to setup a standard session with multiple sources and destinations then on the interfaces connecting to the sniffers run a trunk and do 'sw trunk allowed xxxxx' and filter what I need to go to each sniffer box. However I've recently found out that some of my source traffic is coming from Port-Channel interfaces.
Is there a way I can get around this and still do the filtering within only 1 monitor session ?
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