I have the following lab environment built in EVE-NG:
(Lines going to the right are management interfaces so I can access the devices from my own computer)
I'm doing wireshark capture on ArubaCX5 interface 1/1/6 but I do not see IGMP Join messages going from Linux9 towards ArubaCX4. If I do packet capture on ArubaCX5 on interface 1/1/1 I can see those.
Shouldn't IGMP join messages go through ArubaCX5 when I don't have any multicast configuration on that switch? I have interface vlan10 on ArubaCX4 and it works otherwise just fine (I can SSH from Linux9 to ArubaCX4 on 10.0.10.1) but no IGMP messages are seen there.
Is this a problem with simulator version or am I doing something incorrectly?
With my physical lab gear, I have Linux <--> CX-access1 <--> CX-agg1 and I have same config on the CX-agg1 and it seems to be working fine. I don't have any multicat config on CX-access1, just access vlan 10 towards Linux and vlan trunk towards CX-agg1. After I start iperf and bind it to multicast group on Linux client I can see this on CX-agg1:
CX-agg1# show ip igmp groups
IGMP group information for group 220.127.116.11
Interface Name : vlan10
VRF Name : default
Group Address : 18.104.22.168
Last Reporter : 10.0.10.10
V1 V2 Sources Sources
Vers Mode Uptime Expires Timer Timer Forwarded Blocked
---- ---- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------- --------
3 EXC 0m 21s 3m 59s
(Also this code snippet should have AOS-S/AOS-CX highlights :) )
I think this is how it should be? Didn't see anything metioned in the simulator release notes that multicast wouldn't work?