I am running into an issue with multicast and HSRP on a hybrid 6500. The 6500 has redundancy implemented and there is a primary and alternate ip address required for each interface. Unicast routing is using a both the primary and alternate ip address to get to different destinations. In some cases if there are two different ip addresses on the 6500 each will use a different IP as the next hop. I believe because of this I am getting RPF failures. I tried adding adding static mroutes but this does not seem to help. I was able to associate with the RP via autorp but when i do a ping test using the ip igmp join-group that's when i am seeing this issue.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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