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Offline jsekar

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SG 3100 Interface MAC Address
« on: December 05, 2017, 01:47:09 pm »
Hi, I had two questions:
 1. How do I identify the mac addresses of the LAN ports on the SG 3100?
 2. Does PfSense offer Port Mirroring where I can mirror a trunk port and see all traffic from that interface? say port 1 is trunk, port 2 is configured for mirroring? Any guide I can check out?

/Jay

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Re: SG 3100 Interface MAC Address
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2018, 04:45:32 pm »
Bit late but...

The MAC of traffic from the LAN ports will by the LAN interface MAC, mvneta1.

Whilst I think you could technically configure on of the switch ports as a mirror port we don't currently have any way to set the in the GUI.
It is possible to configure a bridge and set a span port to mirror the bridge traffic. That does incur a performance penalty though.

Steve