Hi Fratiani, I do not think PIM will be implemented any time soon since that would align the switches to compete too much with Catalyst.
I guess I had misunderstood your post, I didn't realize there was bleedover. But I think in the scenario with Multicast TV VLAN such behavior is expected. The Multicast TV VLAN allows traffic to join different multi VLAN that are not on the same data VLAN. In addition, the multicast TV VLAN information is untagged when it traverses the trunk (egress port).
From what I can tell you have VLAN 10 and 100 both as untag packet which it probably is not discerning.
So basically taking a guess, you are saying that if a IGMP message is received on lets say VLAN 100, it is changing to VLAN 10? The IGMP is forcing join over an unexpected VLAN?
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