I hope someone can help with this. I have a 2800 receiving multicast feeds off of a VLAN10 with sparse-dense-mode enabled. I have a VLAN1 with sparse-dense-mode enabled that's on the same 2800 router and it is connected to a VLAN1 (using L2 link) on a 6509 (this VLAN1 is configured with 8 ports) with no sparse-dense-mode configured. Multicast streams are being picked up on the clients connected to VLAN1 on the 6509 when sparse-dense-mode is not enabled but as soon as I enter the "ip pim sparse-dense-mode" on the VLAN1 on the 6509, the clients connected on the VLAN1 stop receiving the streams. The reason i need to enable the sparse-dense-mode on the VLAN1 on the 6509 is that I am preparing to route the stream to another network - otherwise, i would leave it disabled. The routing seems fairly simple and snooping is enabled on both VLANs but i cannot get this to function properly. Does anyone have an answer? The 6509 is running IOS.
To use PIM snooping, you must enable IGMP snooping on the Catalyst 6500 series switch. IGMP snooping restricts multicast traffic that exits through the LAN ports to which hosts are connected. IGMP snooping does not restrict traffic that exits through the LAN ports to which one or more multicast routers are connected.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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