Hello, i was wondering if someone could help me understand this as i,m not sure if the output it being flaky for me.
So i configured 2 routers in a network, Each with a seperate ip address for their pim rp local address.
One has a higher priority configured under pim rp local address <address> priority xxx so it will be come the RP for the network.
I am trying to understand the group-range command a bit, and i think i know how it is supposed to work as well as the show pim rps command.
When i look at the show pim rps, it shows me both routers listed with both groups that i configured on each.
for R1 its group-range is set for
for R2 its group-range is set for
I am assuming this acts like an access list, Since both are configured for the entire /4, Both will be capable
of being the RP for every IP in that range, Just depends on who has the higher priority configured and becomes the RP for
The other part of this question is, When i look at the show pim rps output, it shows me both routers listed with both groups for each, Not sure if i am missing a command to see which router is elected as the RP for the network?