How to filter multicast traffic to go out on switched interface-port
I have following scenario:
System-A (connected to a normal swithport on a Catalyst 3750-switch) injects an IP-multicast (with private IP Multicast DA=184.108.40.206) into the switch. As we don't use IGMP Snooping, this multicast data is flooded onto ALL other ports of the switch. This is how we designed and want it.However, on one particular switchport we don't want this IP Multicast to be forwarded to the system B attached to it.
Do you know how I can restrict this outgoing datastream on the port by means of an access-list, bearing in mind it is a switched interface-port and not a routed interface port?
Re: How to filter multicast traffic to go out on switched interf
You can use the command "switchport block multicast" to prevent unknown multicast forwarding out of the port. Since you have IGMP snooping disabled, all multicast frames will, by definition, be "unknown."
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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