The most common issue with Ghost in a multicast network is that the TTL is usually set to 1 by default. It will therefore not traverse a layer 3 device by default. Try raising the value of the TTL on the Ghost server.
One more thing. Make sure that multicast is configured on the 6500.
Hope this helps,
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