I have a 3750-e, without routing or multicast enabled. there are two switch ports which uplink a firewall and router that are supporting multicast. How would one block multicast traffic on ports that don't need multicast and still support multicast, in this case, on the ports that do?
multicast isn't enabled, but I want to allow it only an couple ports. I found the "switchport block multicast" command, but my boss mentioned to make sure to use igmp snooping. What are the commands for these two options?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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