Re: multicast within Layer2 VLAN / Red Hat cluster posted 05/30/2008
- Subject: Re: multicast within Layer2 VLAN / Red Hat cluster
- From: "Marc La Porte" <marc.a.laporte@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 14:09:32 +0200
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We are talking about a 6509-E platform (on both distributed core and
access). It does span multiple switches.
I have seen this link already:
1. enable PIM on the interface requires an IP address on the SVI. Not
2. IGMP Querier Feature requires an IP address on the SVI. Not allowed +
there are some nasty bugs
3. Static mrouter port is too static a solution
4. Static MAC address is too static a solution
I cannot use a static configuration as it's a DC environment. The
administrative overhead would be huge.
I like your VRF solution. It's inventive.
On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 1:40 PM, Thomas Fowles <tfowles@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Is this on a single switch or does it span multiple switches (across a
> trunk)? What switch platform are you using? 3560's handle things a little
> differently than 6500's.
> On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 3:33 AM, Marc La Porte <marc.a.laporte@xxxxxxxxx>
>> hey experts,
>> is there any way I can have multicast working on a pure Layer2 VLAN?
>> by that i mean that there is not even an SVI configured, but just an IP
>> address range reserved to be used for users within that VLAN.
>> all the solutions I see require an IP address on the SVI.
>> i am looking for a solid solution, and so configuring static multicast MAC
>> addresses is not an option.
>> (this is a real life scenario: customer wants a pure Layer2 (floating)
>> for security reasons, but needs multicast to work for Red Hat XEN cluster
>> thanks for your input
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