I seem to be unable to properly configure the 7304 (R2) router in the attached drawing so that the RECeiver can have access to the 22.214.171.124 group. The only multicast-related configuration on Gi0.981 and Gi.989 is "ip pim sparse-mode", and basicly what I'm puzzled about is the output of the "show ip mroute 126.96.36.199 (count)" command(s) on R2:
(*, 188.8.131.52), 01:13:26/00:02:59, RP 0.0.0.0, flags: SP
I mean, why is the route pruned, and why the RPF failed counters (the router and the source being directly connected)?
The RECeiver also has access to some 224.5.0.x groups behind router R1, and when I configured "ip pim sparse-mode" on Gi0.989 of router R1, all the traffic belonging to those 224.5.0.x groups started pouring into Gi0 of R1. Is there any way to avoid that?
I'd like to think that this is the simplest multicast routing setup possible (one router passing multicast traffic from one (sub)interface to another), but could the presence of R1 somehow "affect" the 184.108.40.206 group?
I'll try that as well, but this requirement of IP reachability to the receiver brings another question: R1 is not under my administration, but I do know the config of its interface towards my Vl989, and it only contains "ip pim sparse-mode" and "ip multicast boundary" - however, I can access the 224.5.0.x groups with any computer connected to Vlan989, no matter the IP address. Is there any other config bit that the admin of R1 might have used in order to allow me to do that?
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