To turn off monitoring:
ProCurve(config)# no mirror-port
Selecting or Removing Ports and Static Trunks As Monitoring
Sources. After you configure a monitor port you can use either the global
configuration level or the interface context level to select ports and static
trunks as monitoring sources. You can also use either level to remove moni
[no] interface ethernet < monitor-list > monitor
where: < monitor-list > includes port numbers and static trunk names
such as a4, c7, b5-b8, and trk1.
Elements in the monitor list can include port numbers and static trunk names
at the same time.
For example, with a port such as port A6 configured as the monitoring (mirror)
port, you would use either of the following commands to select these ports
and static trunks for monitoring:
A1 through A3, and A5
Trunks 1 and 2
Figure B-22. Examples of Selecting Ports and Static Trunks as Monitoring Sources
Figure B-23. Examples of Removing Ports as Monitoring Sources
Monitoring and Analyzing Switch Operation
Port and Static Trunk Monitoring Features
Selects the interface context level, then
selects the ports as monitoring sources.
These two commands show how to disable monitoring at
the global config level for a single port or a group of ports .
From the global
and trunks for
These two commands
show how to disable
monitoring at the
interface context level for
a single port or all ports in
an interface context level.