Your message post indicates switch. I am assuming you mean layer 2 switch. The access-list you defined is for layer 3. Try creating a layer 2 access policy. You will need to figure out the MAC address used by the application. Multicast MAC addresses use a special 24-bit prefix of 0x0100.5Enn.nnnn.
They are layer 3 switches. I found some Cisco examples showing the same as wh at I used, But NOT WORK !! I applied that ACL to the out and in interface, but I still can capture the multicast traffic go through it ?? The hardware is 4006, do I need upgrade IOS or something to support that ?
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