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IP IGMP snooping filtering

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Mar 23rd, 2006
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Hi,


In a LAN network, I need to filter some IP Multicast addresses on Ethernet Ports.

For example, just permitting a group (ex: 239.0.0.1) and deny the 239.0.0.2


I tried to create an "IGMP PROFILE":

ex:

ip igmp profile 1

permit

range 239.0.0.1


int giga 1/0/1

ip igmp max-groups 1

ip igmp filter 1


But when I check the multicast flow (TV), the channels corresponding the the 2 groups: 239.0.0.1 and 239.0.0.2 continue to forward traffic on this Ethernet port.


So, How the filtering can work for that just the 239.0.0.1 is permit on the Ethernet port(receiver port)?

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ekiriakos Thu, 03/23/2006 - 09:42
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Hi,


Try


int fx/y

ip igmp access-group 1


access-list 1 permit


HTH

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