If the Test Receiver detects an error it sends an error report to the router configured as the Manager. The Manager immediately displays the error report. (The show ip mrm status-report command also displays error reports, if any.) You then troubleshoot your multicast environment as normal, perhaps using the mtrace command from the source to the Test Receiver. If the show ip mrm status-report command displays no error reports, the Test Receiver is receiving test packets without loss or duplicates from the Test Sender. Here is an example and explanation on each field in sh ip mrm status-report: More information is available at the following URL
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