I have a few questions at I needed some clarification on. At my location I was assigned a task to deploy IP Multicasting. I readed a few articles on the subject off your web site. I also read cisco press title IP MULTICAST DEPLOYMENT. After reading all this material I am confused about what to due about IGMP Snooping on catalyst 6500 platform with MSFC2 router modules on them. What I read in the cisco press book states I should enable CGMP because it is prefered over IGMP snooping. When I look at the Catalyst IOS Instruction on IP Multicast it is silent on the topic of CGMP. There is no mention of it at all, can you clear this issue up for me. Those ICGM Snooping cause extreme overhead on the catalyst platform.? We have Several Catalyst 5500 in our network what code level should I be at when connected to a Catalyst 6500 MSFC.
The second Question I have is the following. We have two catalyst 6500 at the distribution layer. Both 6500's are hsrp neighbor for user segments, On the users segments we have passive interface command in the EIGRP process to reduce excessive redundancy. Will the passive interface statement have an adverse affect on ip multicast reverse path forwarding?
The last question I have is the following; What is the advantage auto-rp has over BootStrap Routing protocol? Which is best to deploy in a total cisco shop and why? The Cisco press book just skimmed over this point, The book was a bit dated.
Any help you can provide me will be very greatly appreciated
Thanks for the attention. You confirm What I had floating in my mind. I have been doing further research and testing various configuration in my lab and found a document on IP ANY CAST to be very interesting. If you have reviewed this document, Can you share your insight with me. I was all set to go with the auto-rp configuration until I saw read this document. I am new to the multicast business and I do not what to cause more harm than good.
any suggestion you can provide me would be a great help.
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