Let me ask you - you have your sender in a different VRF than the recipient, and you still want to do cross-VRF multicast? Is there a particular reason why the sender must be in a different VRF?
I will try to replicate this config in our lab but I am not sure if I get this working. By the way, are the server and subscriber both directly connected to this multilayer switch? If not, is there any MPLS or tunneling involved?
I think what your missing is having the iBGP loopbacks (or the interface your using for iBGP peers) needs to be in sparse mode. And you need multicact enabled globaly on all PE rouers.
Your also missing Mullticast on the MPLS core. MPLS Multicast cast is two tiered. You need to configure Multicast on the backbone. Best practice is to us SSM. If your trying to enable multicast in the same group on different VRFs I don't think that will work ( but this should be verified). Here is a good Best Practice for Multicast on a MPLS network.
And you need to run it from PE-CE following standatd multicast deisgn rules.
!Here this should work for you (put it on all on the PEs)
!Define or enable the VRF for multicast
ip vrf your-vrf
mdt default 18.104.22.168
mdt data 22.214.171.124 0.0.0.255 threshold 64 (optional for high speed Data tree if used,.)
!Enable Multicast globalally on the PE
ip multicast-routing vrf your-vrf
ip multicast your-vrf route-limit 1000 (optional for mroute limits)
ip multicast vrf your-vrf cache-headers (optional for optimization, if supported)
!Enable sparse mode on the iBGP peer address (here we are using loopbacks(this is very important)
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