Add Sensor Interface on Trunk Port2018-05-15T16:33:35-04:00
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Is it possible to add a network sensor from the Genians NAC web gui to monitor on a trunk port?  I see that the admin guide explains doing this in the initial configuration, but is it possible to add an additional network sensor after you have stood up the server/sensor.
I attempted to do this by using the cli command: interface eth1 vlan
Then adding the vlan id’s on the trunk port, but this does not seem to have worked for monitoring network traffic on those vlans.  Additionally I added IP addresses for the different subnets on those vlans for the interface, but again this does not seem to have worked.
Thanks

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Now you will have to remove the eth 1 address with the following command
no interface eth1 address 192.168.0.100 255.255.255.0

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