Follow these steps to create a new VLAN, then configure it to be the RSPAN VLAN for the RSPAN session.
You must create the RSPAN VLAN in all devices that will participate in RSPAN. If the RSPAN VLAN-ID is in the normal range
(lower than 1005) and VTP is enabled in the network, you can create the RSPAN VLAN in one device, and VTP propagates it to
the other devices in the VTP domain. For extended-range VLANs (greater than 1005), you must configure RSPAN VLAN on both source
and destination devices and any intermediate devices.
Use VTP pruning to get an efficient flow of RSPAN traffic, or manually delete the RSPAN VLAN from all trunks that do not need
to carry the RSPAN traffic.
To remove the remote SPAN characteristic from a VLAN and convert it back to a normal VLAN, use the no remote-span VLAN configuration command.
To remove a source port or VLAN from the SPAN session, use the no monitor session
interface-id | vlan vlan-id} global configuration command. To remove the RSPAN VLAN from the session, use the no monitor session
destination remote vlan