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MULTICAST TRAFFIC FOR SERVER BETWEEN 2 ROUTERS

Hi All,

> I have a server placed in location A which is connected to location B on

> leased line of 64 Kbps, the server sends multicast traffic on

> 239.255.255.255 group.

> The router at location B is having gre tunnels to various locations namely

> c,d,e,f.

>

>

> The diag

> /-----gre tunnels---(1720)

Server (Location A cisco1720)------64kbps leasedline-/----locationB(1720)------ /gre tunnels----D(1720)

>(Multicast traffic for 239.255.255.255 group from server at location A)

All the gre tunnesl are from location B

The average traffic of the between location A & B is 21 Kbps , now i need to

> send the same traffic to location C, D, E etc .

> So no matter how many tunnels i make at location B , the traffic between

> location A & B should remain 21 Kbps.

> The application is sending the traffic of Multicats on a specific udp port ,

> Also a tcp application is running between Server at location A & remote

> locations C,D,E.

> This tcp transactions shoudl not be mulicasted.

>

> Could any one tell me how to go about it ?

>

>

> Rgds

ANU

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Re: MULTICAST TRAFFIC FOR SERVER BETWEEN 2 ROUTERS

Looks like you simply will need to enable multicast routing.

Please check the IOS docs under this URL:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios121/121cgcr/ip_c/ipcprt3/index.htm

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