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IGMP Filtering on source port

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Mar 31st, 2014
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Hi,

I had 2 source ports from my SP which is for the IPTV streaming and the multicasting address is 229.10.10.1 - 10 & 229.10.20.1 - 10. Is there anyway I am able to do a source address filter on the incoming source port? Eg Port G1/0/23 the multicast address will be from 229.10.10.1 - 10 and Port G1/0/24 the multicast address will be from 229.10.20.1 - 10. 

I try creating IGMP Profile and apply the filter on the interface but it does not work. Was wondering if there is any other methods to achieve this. Thanks in advance. 

 

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Julio Carvajal Mon, 03/31/2014 - 11:50
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Hello,

 

First of all multicast address are never used as source addresses, will always be destination.

 

Now I can see you are attempting to allow only traffic for certain multicast address via some specific ports.

 

Ex:

G1/0/23 for 229.10.10.1-10

G1/0/24 for 229.10.20.1-10

 

Why dont' you use a multicast boundary filter?

 
 

Do you need to do it at the switch level?

If yes, please provide IGMP Profile config

 

 

Regards,

Jcarvaja

 

 

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