Is there perhaps a different VLAN for access ports on switch#2 than on switch#1? By default the multicast will be flooded to all access ports in the VLAN but not to other VLANs. Is it possible that switch#1 has IGMP snooping enabled?
I have two VLANs (1 and 2) that are present on switch #1 and switch #2.
Multicast streams are present on the two VLANs.
IGMP snooping is not set for VLAN2 (and it is intentionaly done) on the two switches. I manually configure the ports of switch#2 to static access to VLAN 1 or 2 so the switch #2 has not to send multicast report to all ports as I set the VLAN/port.
Why are the IGMP reports sent to all wherease multicast stream are not flooded to all ?
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