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2950 switch / multicast / server cluster

I have a 2950 switch Ver 12.1.9(EA1) that I am trying to get a set of three servers that are clustered working. The cluster works just fine on the hub currently, but nothing past the hub will find the cluster. I have tried to shut down igmp snooping, add a static arp and mac entry to the tables, but no go.

Eventually, I would like to have the three servers all plugged into the switch, but at this rate I am not going to get there.

The servers are using a multicast MAC address of 0100.5e04.0506 with an IP address of 172.16.101.214.

Do we need to ugrade to a different version of IOS?

Any thoughts/ideas/suggestions would help tremendously!!!!

Todd

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Re: 2950 switch / multicast / server cluster

I think upgrading IOS would be a good idea. Most of the problems get solved this way...

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