RE: Haven't posted here in a while... posted 01/24/2001
You can't use static routes in the lab anyway so it shouldn't
apply (to those new people that think this is NDA, this is
widely known, nothing new). Although I'm sure they could think of a
variation of it for us... ;-)
But if they really wanted to mess with us is to use
"ip pim rp-announce-filter rp-list". The routers you specify are the ones
that are supposed to be RP's that are allow and deny all else. But
there's a bug and whatever you list is denied and everything else is
ok... I found the bug during multicast self-training but haven't filed it
yet. Now that would really through you off in the lab... ;-)
On Wed, 24 Jan 2001, Jack Reynolds wrote:
> Make sense? This is the lab we are talking about! ;-)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brian Hescock [mailto:bhescock@xxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2001 12:06 PM
> To: Jack Reynolds
> Cc: Ccielab
> Subject: Re: Haven't posted here in a while...
> hmmm, the example doesn't really make sense, you use hsrp for hosts, not
> routers. I'm not sure why they would run hsrp if they're only connecting
> to another router nor that it would make any difference at all.
> On Wed, 24 Jan 2001, Jack Reynolds wrote:
> > I found this while honing my MCast skills. Now, if I were the lab
> > I might add something like this to the lab!
> > Why Doesn't PIM Sparse Mode Work with a Static Route to an HSRP Address?
> > Look here:
> > http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/619/hsrpmcast.html
> > Labdate 2/9 San Jose.
> > JR
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