Getting Apple TV's to work on our wireless network
Hey Cisco Professionals,
Hopefully you can help me with (for me and my limited knowledge) a mind dazzling situation we are facing. Its very strange as it only works partly. Sometimes we can see our Apple TV, sometimes we cannot. The only way to get them visible (when we cannot see them) is to restart them (sometimes several reboots are required) Then the apple tv is visible but after a while we cannot connect with it anymore. (ping still works) . A while later we cannot even see the device.
We have a fully integraded Cisco network. Our network contains 2 Cisco 5508 Controllers (redundant), 2 3750x Switches (layer 3 Redundant – acting as our core switch) , several 3750x Switches and Several Cisco 3602i Access Points. Our Apple TV’s and the devices (Ipads, Iphones etc) connecting with the Apple TV’s function in the same Vlan.
On the Wlan Controller we have Global Multicast enabled and IGMP Snooping Enabled. AP Multicast mode is set as Multicast with an group addres of 184.108.40.206
Does anyone have any suggestions? Is there something we forgot to do? Would love to have ur input. Thanks in advance!
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