[mrtg] Re: Any ethernet switch which always floods?
SHOLAAS Margaret G
Margaret.G.SHOLAAS at ris.lane.or.us
Wed Oct 17 05:04:25 MEST 2001
I am using a Cisco switch. I'm trying to avoid mirroring (SPAN), since it's
more CPU intensive than flooding, but I may not be able to. Thanks for the
From: Travis Dawson [mailto:tdawson at bluemartini.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2001 7:02 PM
To: Larry Sheldon; Margaret.G.SHOLAAS at ris.lane.or.us
Cc: lsheldon at creighton.edu; mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch
Subject: Re: [mrtg] Re: Any ethernet switch which always floods?
At 03:12 PM 10/16/2001, Larry Sheldon wrote:
>I think the answer to my question is in here--but I'll need a bit of time
>to think this through.
Another possible answer, get a good switch (cisco or similar) and use port
mirroring (or monitoring depending on manufacturer). Expensive but will do
what you want it to do.
-Network Geek (Bit Pusher)
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