Re: Multicast broadcast traffic forwarding to wrong interface
No need now - I got it working thanks.
Your suggestion started me thinking down a different path. The fact is there's nothing special about the 22.214.171.124 address that MADCAP uses, and the server hadn't joined that group, so the router had no idea that it would have been interested in receiving those packets.
So I added an "ip igmp join-group 126.96.36.199" to the fa0 interface on each router and hey presto everything started working.
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