Enabling multicast on Cisco 2950 EI switches with no router
I have an application that needs to use multicast in a computer lab area. I have decided to only enable multicast on two switches and block it from the rest of the network using the port storm control command on the 2950 EI switches. I have been doing some research and have been unable to find the command string for enabling multicast without a router. The only command that I can think to use is the "ip igmp snooping" command. There are no routers involved this will strictly be at layer 2, and only on 2 switches, so any help will be greatly appreciated.
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