Managing multicast channels in a star topology network
I am planning on a multi-casting star topology network with one head end router and many tail end routers. What is the most convinient way for me to manage and change the configuration of one or more tail end routers if I have not install Cisco Works. In particular, I like to have the flexibility to change the multicast address each tail end router subscribes to? Thank you
Re: Managing multicast channels in a star topology network
Thanks for your response. Let me re-phrase my question. If I don't have Cisco Works and I don't want to set the entry manually on each router, are there any tools that I can use to set the entry once and propagate to the other tail end routers?
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