spanning-tree bpdufiler and IGMP

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by news8080@yahoo.com, Dec 15, 2004.

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    cat6500 switch with sup.720 running native IOS 12.2(17)sx

    we need to have IGMP enabled on the ports (I did the following commands

    config t
    ip multicast-routing
    interface vlan12
    ip pim
    exit

    gig1/4 and gig1/5 are in vlan12. but when I do 'show ip igmp interface
    gig1/4' , it tells me IGMP is not enabled there.

    If I do 'show ip igmp inter vlan12' that tells me IGMP is enabled.

    Do I need IGMP enabled on the physical interfaces as well as the vlan
    interface for switch to 'do' igmp on that vlan? and is the
    'spanning-tree bpdufilter enable' statement causing any issues with
    igmp?

    anyone?
     
    , Dec 15, 2004
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