[Pauldotcom] WRT54G Mirror Port
sbuhlig at gmail.com
Thu Jan 14 13:21:42 UTC 2010
Just another possible work around for you might be building a passive tap.
(that is the one I followed)
It is not as clean as being able to span a port, but a good way to do it on
Hope this helps.
On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 8:16 AM, Paul Asadoorian <paul at pauldotcom.com>wrote:
> From all the research that I did on the WRT54G (and similar hardware
> like the ASUS) this was not possible. I believe that I read somewhere
> that it was possible on some of the hardware, but that the drivers did
> not support it.
> If you find that it does, let us know!
> On 1/13/10 7:39 PM, Cody Dumont wrote:
> > Can you setup a mirror or SPAN-Port using a OpenWRT on the ASUS or
> > thanks all..
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