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Muliticast Routing Over ATM Link

Hi,

I have a ATM link (45Mb/s) between 2 location . In one of my locations I multicast 4 diffrent Video traffic. But my 4 multicast traffic is going to the source router by 1 Fastethernet port and after that it's going to destionation over the ATM link. now I have an issue on destionation router . I need to seperate 4 multicasts traffic on the destionation router . it has to be  1 on of my multicast traffic going through VLAN 123 and the others 3 multicast traffics going through VLAN 200.

now all of the multicast traffic is going trough vlan 123.

any body can help me on this issue?

thanks

Mike

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Re: Muliticast Routing Over ATM Link

Hello Mike,

are vlan 123 and vlan 200 transit vlans on the remote site? or are they client vlans?

what unicast routing protocol are you using?

are you using PIM sparse mode?

Hope to help

Giuseppe

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Re: Muliticast Routing Over ATM Link

hi Giuseppe

I created vlan 123 and 200 on destination router . also in destination router I have 1 Fastethernet that i create 4 subinterface over it.

I am using PIM sparse-dense mode

thanks

mike

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: Muliticast Routing Over ATM Link

Hello Mike,

may you describe the remote site design?

is something like:

site1 ---- R -------- ATM-E3 ------   R2 ----  vlan123,vlan200 --- switch --- client vlans, receivers here

or

site1 ---- R -------- ATM-E3 ------   R2 ----  vlan123,vlan200

with users in vlan 123 and vlan 200

because this makes the difference

Hope to help

Giuseppe

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