I want to get Bonjour to multicast across VLANs in my environment (K-12 Education). Here is a map that shows the relevant portions of my network.
I have three sites that each have their own routing domain. Each site has its own characteristics.
Primary Campus - A mixture of 1121A-G and 1142A-N access points all managed by a WLC-4404 running 22.214.171.124 code. The 4404 is located within the routing domain.
Branch A - Consists of only 3602is that are managed by a 5760 that is located back at Primary Campus.
Branch B - Consists of 1121A-Gs that are managed by the WLC-4404 at Primary Campus.
Goal: Enable multicasting so that iPads on VLAN x51 can communicate via Bonjour with desktops on VLAN x10. We are using AirServer to project the iPads to the desktops.
Thus far, I have succeeded at with multicasting using a 3602i/5760 in which both devices where in the same routing domain.
My Question: Before I spend hours working on this, I want to know if it is even possible to enable this form of multicasting (called VLAN select) between wireless clients and dekstops that are in a completely different routing domain as the WLC. I know I will need to configure all VLANs for pim sparse-mode and that I must set a RP.
I appreciate any and all help that this group provides.
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