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Ip Multicast - Mstat command

Hello

Can someone tell me what the no route means in the following mstat

mstat 192.168.73.196

Type escape sequence to abort.

Mtrace from 192.168.73.196 to 10.79.254.42 via RPF

From source (?) to destination (?)

Waiting to accumulate statistics......

Results after 10 seconds:

Source Response Dest Packet Statistics For Only For Traffic

192.168.73.196 10.79.254.42 All Multicast Traffic From 192.168.73.196

| __/ rtt 20 ms Lost/Sent = Pct Rate To 0.0.0.0

v / hop 20 ms --------------------- --------------------

0.0.0.0

10.79.236.248 ? No route WHAT DOES THIS MEAN ?

| ^ ttl 1

v | hop -15 ms -21/0 = --% 0 pps 0/0 = --% 0 pps

10.79.236.253

10.79.254.82 ?

| ^ ttl 2

v | hop 16 ms 0/0 = --% 0 pps 0/0 = --% 0 pps

10.79.254.84

10.79.254.44 ?

| ^ ttl 3

v | hop -2 ms -2290/0 = --% 0 pps 0/0 = --% 0 pps

10.79.254.42 ?

| \__ ttl 4

v \ hop 0 ms 0 0 pps 0 0 pps

10.79.254.42 10.79.254.42

Receiver Query Source

The result of this appears to be lost multicast packets.

Thanks in advance

Guy

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Re: Ip Multicast - Mstat command

Check you route and mroute table in that intermediate router. Maybe it does not have route??

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