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One possible solution is to set up some logic that excludes certain packets from being logged, for example, assuming we are using ssh and scp on port 22, if we avoid logging packets on port 22 then we avoid watching ourselves watch ourselves watching ourselves. The cost with this approach is that we would be opening a blindspot, port 22 could be attacked by ...


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I don't know if your N3K-3064PQ has the counters you want. My guess is it doesn't. However, you can check for yourself by using snmpwalk or similar. Some relevant types of ifName values for an example VLAN 5 are below; and note you'll need to confirm they have a non-zero/incrementing ifHCInOctets or ifHCOutOctets as well: VLAN-5 on Cisco devices is ...


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Monitoring a VLAN inside a trunk port doesn't make too much sense. Usually, you monitor the physical link (trunk) and the SVI (VLAN-IP binding). If you want to monitor VLAN connectivity across multiple switches, that's highly software dependent.


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