Not sure if these are equivalent commands, but the set up below is how I got it working.
Igmp fastlearn *Port-Range* (eg. 1/1-1/46)
Igmp lookup-mode ip
Jumbo ip-mtu 9000
Name "What Ever"
Tagged *Trunk Port*
No ip address
Obviously the running config on the switch has a lot more in it, these are the bits I figured out to get the multi cast devices working.
The Clock source browser bit just syncs the switch clock with your web browser, since we use ntp this could just be omitted.
Reading through the documentation on both switches trying to learn about Multicast, I think I am correct in saying the "immediate leave" bit on the Cisco is the same as "Fastlearn" on the Aruba. It sounded similar anyway.
I hope this helps, if you have any other questions, give us a shout.
If anyone thinks I'm wrong and wants to shoot me down, please do. I'd prefer to get it right and in no way consider myself an expert on the subject.
I haven't seen the question asked - which Aruba switch family? Probably not MAS (Mobility Access Switch), but could be AOS-Switch (legacy ProCurve) or AOC-CX (new switches). Very different commands between the three.
the replies I read are for AOS-Switch or ProCurve. If that's what you have, you're heading in the right direction.
if 6100, 6200, 6400, 8300, or 8400 family, let me know and I can set you up for that. Examples includeinterface 1/1/1 no routing no shutdown power vlan trunk native 10 vlan trunk allow 10,11,13,100 exitIf you're working with AOS-CX and provide the model, I can help out.
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