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Old 02-02-2017, 07:35 AM
bsomal bsomal is offline
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Default ERS3500 port-mirroring issue

On ERS3500, software version, configure port-mirroring on any mode but port-statistics on monitoring port only showed transmitted packets and no received packets.
Anyone experienced the same issue?
Is it a limitation with ERS3500 with software version 5.3?


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Old 03-06-2017, 06:07 AM
tgruber tgruber is offline
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Hi Benny,

this is not a limitation at all. When creating a mirror-port the configured "monitor port" only sends Frames outwards (those copied from mirror-port-x). Thus the statistics of the "monitor port" of course only show tx frames.

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