06-21-2017 05:40 PM
I have been able to pass multicast traffic from one srx210 to another and all works well in only one direction. Is there a way to pass the multicast trafic between srx's in both directions = senders and receivers on both internal subnets? Thanks inadvance for any help.
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06-21-2017 07:47 PM
So if I understand correctly, you have multicast sources on each side.
If that is the case, I am assuming they are sourcing traffic for distinct multicast group. Is that correct?
06-21-2017 09:09 PM
If I am understanding correctly, yes. Same group. The devices on the trusted internal networks of each one of the srx210's send and receive multicast traffic. The group / multicast adress 184.108.40.206, is the same on all those devices. It can changed, if needed.
06-21-2017 10:21 PM
If multicast group is same on the source on either side, why would devices behind SRX1 will use source which is behind SRX2 & vice versa?
If multicast source behind SRX1 uses Group 1 while source behind SRX2 uses Group2, then it make sense & it can be achieved theoretically.
06-22-2017 04:56 AM
to other sites (srx2, and srx3, etc), other sites receive multicast and
need to be able to respond with multicast back to srx1 site - the same way.
I am completely open to testing it the way you are thinking... Let's see if
I am getting this right: srx1 site gets signal and multicasts it out in
group 220.127.116.11, srx2 and srx3 sites receive and are able to respond back
to srx1 site via multicast group 18.104.22.168.
If I am understanding right, a multicast group per direction of traffic? If
that would work, that would be great!