"Only one destination port is allowed per SPAN session, and the same port cannot be a destination port for multiple SPAN sessions. Therefore, you cannot have two SPAN sessions that use the same destination port."
"A destination port can participate in only one SPAN session at a time. A destination port in one SPAN session cannot be a destination port for a second SPAN session."
If you're referring to G0/1 as a destination port -typically where the network analyzer is connected- then you cannot use it as a destination port for both sessions, ERSPAN is actually a regular SPAN over GRE-Tunnel. Due to limitation on switch resources as mentioned above.
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