As a result,
a SPAN session is set up in ACI. It also sets up a connection automatically on
the Cisco Nexus Data Broker with the same SPAN session name and this connection
redirects the traffic from that source port to the monitoring device.
can have a maximum of 4 SPAN sessions.
You can set
up additional SPAN sessions. You can append a new SPAN session to the existing
connection. In that case, you can select the new SPAN session in the Add SPAN
Session window, use the same connection that is previous ly created, select new
SPAN sources from different leaf ports, select the SPAN destination, and add
the SPAN session.
It creates a
new session in ACI, but it appends an existing connection to include the new
traffic on the Cisco Nexus Data Broker side.
You can edit
or clone the existing SPAN sessions. If you want to remove a SPAN session,
click the session and click
Remove SPAN Session(s) A message box is displayed
asking you to confirm,
Remove the following sessions?, if you want to
remove the displayed SPAN session. Click
Remove SPAN Sessions to confirm. If the SPAN session
is using an existing connection, the connection is updated automatically with
the changes. If it is the last connection associated with the SPAN session, the
connection is deleted.