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Multicast routing

uk.helpdesk
Occasional Contributor

Multicast routing


====Core1=======
vlan 28
name "Multicast-MGMT"
tagged A1-A3,B1-B2,C1-C3,F5-F8,Trk1
no ip address
exit

ip multicast-routing
router pim
rp-address 10.X.X.65 224.0.0.0 240.0.0.0
exit

vlan 10
ip pim-sparse
ip-addr any
exit
vlan 11
ip pim-sparse
ip-addr any
exit
vlan 12
ip pim-sparse
ip-addr any
exit
=====core 2======
vlan 28
name "Multicast-MGMT"
tagged A1-A3,B1-B2,C1-C3,F5-F8,Trk1
no ip address
exit

ip multicast-routing
router pim
rp-address 10.X.X.66 224.0.0.0 240.0.0.0
exit

vlan 10
ip pim-sparse
ip-addr any
exit
vlan 11
ip pim-sparse
ip-addr any
exit
vlan 12
ip pim-sparse
ip-addr any
exit

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We have two 8206 core and I am trying to acheive the following:

Core1 would be the primary rp and core 2 will be backup rp for all multicast traffic.

Multicast traffic are from various ranges i.e. for desktop deployment + IPTV ...etc...

Can anyone post there sample config for acheiving this so I can get my head around it ?

Also is BSR the best option here ?

any help much apprecaited

Thank you

David
1 REPLY
P_Tech
Occasional Advisor

Re: Multicast routing

Hi there,

 

I am also looking something similar, i have also the situation for one of my client network, where we implemented dense mode, but now the problem is the customer exceeded the limitation of the actual requirement, so we neet to tweak the multicast conf also in order to have a better m-routing and i dont know where to start it from, so if you found solution can you please help me out.

 

the network is having two cores, distribution and edge level switches, where the edge switches connected cctv and their servers are connected into the core switches.