Great!! Thank you. In sparse mode,If I have a receiver trying to join the group, then I should see the count increase which means that the source is sending the stream for that particular group. If I don't see the count increase which will mean that the the source is not sending the stream for that group. Correct? Also, if I am in sparse mode, and have a receiver on my side, what will this indicate (*,g) & (s,g)?
Topology is that I have two routers receiving the stream. I do have receiver trying to join the group and do see (*,g). In some stream is working fine and I do see the (s,g) but the others I only see (*,g). I did the ip mroute count and I see no packets and I even tried to do ip igmp join-group (Group ip) and still no luck. I think I am not receiving the group from the source just making sure that is the case.
We have to know exactly what the topology looks like. One is working fine. Another one is not? Have you correctly configured the RP? To make sure that the RP-C is advertiseting the correct group. To make a bit more clear on what's happening. Would you please post the configuration,excluding sensitive information?
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