Re: How to prevent Multicast source from flooding the source VLA
>>IGMP snooping is configured on the switch. When the Source is on, I see that every port on VLAN10 receive the multicast packet.
or IGMP snooping is disabled on vlan 10, or you are facing a bug about IGMP snooping or the source is sending traffic to one special address like 188.8.131.52 all devices on subnet or other 224.0.0.x address
sh igmp snooping vlan 10
Only possible workaround I can think of is to put this server in a new different vlan if the used group is appropriate.
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