I am trying to understand the 'ip pim' commands better. The way I am understanding it currently is in order to run 'pim', 'ip multicast-routing' must be enabled. Once that is enabled, you set an interface in 'sparse-mode' and designate a default RP. If this is correct; Does that mean if an interface is not configured w/ 'sparse-mode' that it will not contribute to multicasting?
It sure can. The enabling of multicast on an interface only enables sending of multicasts on that interface. You cannot control what the other end sends to it so you can certainly receive multicast packets on an interface not enabled for multicast.
Thank you. This all stems from using Ghost. We are seeing that when Ghost (which is on its own vlan) is ran and an image is pushed to another computer in a different vlan, systems on neither of the two vlans are affected. I need to stop this from happening but still be able to use Ghost in production on the network.
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