My router is running Sparse-Dense mode connect to the core router (which is also the Auto-RP) via a Tunnel (on an ATM network).
The MC group is configured with sparse mode. I have "ip join-group x.x.x.x" running on one of my FastEthernet interface.
The stream is running fine for couple of minutes until the router send out a prune message to the upstream router. THe hosts behind the FE do not support IGMP so they rely on the router to join group on their behalf.
Question: why is my router sending out prune message when it has a interface configured with "ip igmp-group" command? Shouldn't it be treated as active receiver all the time?
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