hey guys I have a problem with multicast, here is the senario. I have a video Server that sends streams in multicast to its clients. the clients in same subnet with server don't have any problem and receives streams clear but the clients that are not in same subnet which means their packets must cross the routers receive the streams so slow and not clear. all of my routers are 3845 but my RP is 3945. I changed all routers IOS but it doesn't fix the problem. I enabled cef and MFIB on all router and on 3845 routers configurations are so simple, just setting sparse-dense-mode and MFIB in interfaces and rp address for global. so I will thank anybody who help me for rest of my life because I kinda thinking about killing myself because of this problem.....it just doesn't make sense thanks guys
ok I check with wireshark, I receive a lot of multicast packets from my source the seem normal, but dont know if some of them drop or not
i just test something, I used that app which my source of multicast traffic in a lab environment and i had the same problem
multicast traffic i ok in layer 2 before they pass the router(I can see the stream clear) but when it pass the first router and it route the traffic the problem occurs(i can see the video stream but its slow motion)
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