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Help with igmp static-group

Hi

I've got a source registered:

sh ip pim rp:

Group: 239.48.181.10, RP: 10.239.45.1, next RP-reachable in 00:01:04

sh ip igmp groups:

239.48.181.10 Vlan180 02:28:11 00:02:12 10.45.180.38

However,

On the same swithch if I do the following on a vlan:

interface Vlan62

ip address 10.45.62.254 255.255.255.0

ip igmp static-group 239.48.181.10

ip pim sparse-mode

standby 62 ip 10.45.62.1

standby 62 priority 110

standby 62 preempt delay minimum 60

end

after adding an igmp static-group I then run:

sh ip igmp groups vlan 62

IGMP Connected Group Membership

Group Address Interface Uptime Expires Last Reporter

228.1.2.3 Vlan62 00:00:05 00:02:54 10.45.62.100

239.48.181.10 Vlan62 00:00:07 stopped 0.0.0.0

My question is why is 239.48.181.10 showing up as stopped?

Thanks

Dan

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Cisco Employee

Re: Help with igmp static-group

Hi Dan,

Because static-group will be there forever. So it won't timeout and as we do not run the timers on the igmp entry , we mark it as stopped.

This is expected behaviour for igmp static-group

Roland

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Cisco Employee

Re: Help with igmp static-group

Hi Dan,

Because static-group will be there forever. So it won't timeout and as we do not run the timers on the igmp entry , we mark it as stopped.

This is expected behaviour for igmp static-group

Roland

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