Here, the stopped keyword is mentioned only with (*, G) entry representing the shared tree rooted at the RP. It is indicated in the place where the Expire timer would be indicated, and it simply tells you that the shared (*, G) entry is currently not eligible for expiry, obviously because your router or somebody behind it is subscribed to this particular multicast group.
If the server is subscribed to a particular multicast group as a receiver but is not receiving the request traffic, I suggest first using the show ip igmp group command on the last router before this server to see if the router knows via IGMP that the server is subscribed to this particular group. If there is no such group present in the command output then there is something wrong in the IGMP communication between the server and its gateway, and that needs to be inspected further.
If the particular multicast group is visible in the command output then the next course of action should be verifying whether the router knows about the RP for this particular group. This can be performed using the show ip pim rp mapping command.
And furthermore, if the RP is properly recognized then it should be verified using the show ip rpf command whether the incoming interface for the traffic from the RP is properly determined.
Just a few very rough suggestions but I hope this will help you narrow down the problem cause.
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