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  • Multicast group Configuration On Xport Pro

    Hello,

    I am trying to configuring Multicast group on xport pro linux-SDK.

    I enabled Multicast and PIM Sparse Mode(PIM-SM) option under kernel settings but how to configure Multicast Group with ip address on Xport Pro and how test it.

    Please Help.Thanks
    Harshith

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    http://ntrg.cs.tcd.ie/undergrad/4ba2...y/example.html
    Google: linux multicast example

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    • #3
      Thanks for replaying garry.

      Multicast Source is already there in the build and PIM-SM in kernel settings of Xport Pro. I want to know how to create multicast Routing table on Xport pro.

      OR do i have to enable IGMP on router and have to independently configure each and every router over the LAN with host and client address?

      OR Just create multicast Routing table on Xport pro will take care?

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      • #4
        Sending IP Multicast is simple and straight forward. Where it goes is a different problem.
        Receiving Multicast requires the sender be on the same subnet, or the router pass the Multicast message. For this, the nodes and the router run IGMP. The nodes wanting to receive Multicast, inform the router by sending 'group reports', and the router sends 'group queries'. Yes, routers need to be configured to support IP Multicast.

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