1st, I am setting up a local scope for a large site and I am looking at assigning the RFC range of addresses. This is quite a complex task, but, is there any reservation about assigning the highest level class C range within the 220.127.116.11, ie 18.104.22.168. Should this be reserved for relative assinments?
Does anyone know why the error message below, says contact your cisco rep?
Many thx indeed,
MCAST-6-DELGDA: Deleting a GDA [chars] in vlan [dec]
Explanation This message indicates that a multicast entry in the given VLAN is being deleted because an IGMP leave from the last host for this GDA was received; [chars] is the group destination address, and vlan [dec] is the VLAN number.
Recommended Action Contact your technical support representative.
I can only answer the first one, you should be using RFC2365 (ftp://ftp.rfc-editor.org/in-notes/rfc2365.txt ) for administratively scoped multicast, this reserves the range 22.214.171.124/16 as Site Local (these addresses are typically reused between sites) and 126.96.36.199/14 as Organization Local Scope (these addresses are typically unique within a companies network).
I should have read your question properly, yes it is fine to use 188.8.131.52, (as per RFC2365) it is not reserved for anything other than the locally administered reseration (I have also used this in the past)
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