[TriLUG] Multicast across VLANs - Cisco Specific
rleathers at americanri.com
Tue Apr 6 14:10:57 EDT 2010
I see. You may be able to do that using an ip multicast helper-map.
Basically, this will map whatever multicast address you define to the IP
address of a router that will "take it from there". Google for "ip
multicast helper" and see if that sounds like what you need.
On 4/6/10 12:14 PM, Kristopher Kane wrote:
>> It sounds like what you want is to bridge VLANs by making a routing
>> decision based on multicast traffic. Is that right? Is that REALLY what you
>> want or is that just an idea cooked up for bridging VLANs?
> Thanks for the reply.
> I only need multicast traffic to traverse the two LANs, so not looking for
> bridge in the traditional sense. My thought was to use the layer three
> switch to distribute the multicast traffic from VLAN one to two without a
> trunk and without doing any subscription.
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