Cisco Nexus 3000 Series NX-OS Multicast Configuration Guide, Release 5.0(3)U5(1)
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Table Of Contents

Symbols - A - B - D - E - I - L - M - O - P - R - S - T -

Index

Symbols

(*, G)

description 2-4

state creation 4-3

static groups 3-6

static groups on the OIF 3-6

(S, G)

description 2-3

IGMPv3 snooping 5-3

state creation 4-3

static groups 3-6

static groups on the OIF 3-6

A

Anycast-RP

configuring an Anycast-RP set 4-21

description 4-6

MSDP (Note) 6-2

Any Source Multicast. See ASM mode

ASM mode

configuring 4-15

configuring shared trees only 4-23

description 4-2

join-prune messages 4-3

autonomous systems

MSDP 6-2

Auto-RP

candidate RP configuration steps 4-20

candidate RPs, configuring 4-19

configuring 4-19

description 4-5

mapping agent configuration steps 4-20

mapping agents

configuring 4-19

configuring route maps 4-29

RP-Announce messages 4-5

RP-Discovery messages 4-5

B

BGP

autonomous systems

MSDP 6-2

MSDP 6-2

bootstrap router. See BSRs

BSRs

candidate BSR configuration steps 4-17

candidate BSRs

configuring 4-17

description 4-4

candidate RP configuration steps 4-17

candidate-RP messages

description 4-4

candidate RPs, configuring 4-17

configuring 4-16

description 4-4

messages

description 4-4

enabling listen and forward 4-5

route maps, configuring 4-29

RP configuration steps 4-17

D

designated routers. See DRs

documentation

related documents 1-xiii

DRs

description 4-7

PIM domains 2-6

priority and PIM hello message 4-2

SSM mode 4-26

duplicate packets 1-ix, 4-26

E

ECMP 4-2

equal-cost multipathing 4-2

I

IGMP

all-hosts multicast group 3-2

configuration, example 3-14

description 3-1

enabling 3-1

IGMPv3

changes from IGMPv2 3-2

description 3-3

SSM 3-3

licensing requirements 3-4

parameters

configuring 3-5

default settings 3-5

PIM domains 2-6

queriers

description 3-3

designated 3-2

TTL 3-3

version, default (IGMPv2) 3-2

versions, description 3-2

IGMP commands

hardware profile multicast prefer-source-tree 4-26

iip igmp enforce-router-alert 3-13

ip igmp access-group 3-10

ip igmp flush-routes 3-13

ip igmp group-timeout 3-10

ip igmp immediate-leave 3-10

ip igmp join-group 3-9

ip igmp last-member-query-count 3-10

ip igmp last-member-query-response-time 3-10

ip igmp querier-timeout 3-9

ip igmp query-interval 3-10

ip igmp query-max-response-time 3-10

ip igmp query-timeout 3-9

ip igmp report-link-local-groups 3-10

ip igmp report-policy 3-10

ip igmp robustness-variable 3-9

ip igmp ssm-translate 3-12

ip igmp startup-query-count 3-9

ip igmp startup-query-interval 3-9

ip igmp static-oif 3-9

ip igmp version 3-8

IGMP configuration

access groups 3-7

example 3-14

group membership timeout 3-2, 3-7

immediate leave 3-7

last member query count 3-7

last member query response interval 3-7

member query response interval 3-4

number of query messages 3-3

parameters 3-5

parameters, default settings 3-5

querier timeout 3-6

query interval 3-7

query maximum response time 3-3

query max response time 3-6

report link local multicast groups 3-7

report policy 3-7

reports for link local addresses 3-4

robustness value 3-4, 3-6

startup query count 3-6

startup query interval 3-6

static multicast groups 3-6

Static multicast groups on OIF 3-6

version 3-6

IGMP membership reports

IGMPv3 suppression 3-3

initiating receipt of multicast data 3-2

SSM translation 3-11

suppressing 3-3

IGMP queriers

description 3-3

designated 3-2

TTL 3-3

IGMP show commands

show ip igmp groups 3-13

show ip igmp interface 3-13

show ip igmp local-groups 3-13

show ip igmp route 3-13

show running-configuration igmp 3-13

show startup-configuration igmp 3-13

IGMP snooping

configuration, example 5-12

configuring 5-5

description 5-1

enabling 5-5, 5-6

event history buffer size 5-6

licensing requirements 5-4

membership report suppression 5-2

parameters, configuring 5-8

parameters, default settings 5-4

prerequisites 5-4

proprietary features 5-2

querier, description 5-3

statistics 5-12

status 5-5

switch example 5-2

troubleshooting 5-5

vPC statistics 5-12

IGMP snooping commands

ip igmp snooping 5-10

ip igmp snooping explicit-tracking 5-10

ip igmp snooping fast-leave 5-10

ip igmp snooping last-member-query-interval 5-10

ip igmp snooping link-local-groups-suppression 5-11

ip igmp snooping mrouter interface 5-11

ip igmp snooping querier 5-10

ip igmp snooping report-suppression 5-10

ip igmp snooping static-group 5-11

ip igmp snooping v3-report-suppression 5-11

IGMP snooping configuration

enabling 5-8

example 5-12

explicit tracking 5-8

fast leave 5-8

last member query interval 5-8

multicast routers 5-8, 5-9

parameters

configuring 5-8

default settings 5-4

report suppression 5-8, 5-9

snooping querier 5-8, 5-9

static groups 5-8, 5-9

IGMP snooping show commands

show ip igmp snooping 5-11

show ip igmp snooping explicit-tracking 5-11

show ip igmp snooping groups 5-11

show ip igmp snooping mroute 5-11

show ip igmp snooping querier 5-11

IGMPv3

changes from IGMPv2 3-2

description 3-3

SSM 3-3

interdomain multicast protocols

MSDP 2-8

SSM 2-8

Internet Group Management Protocol. See IGMP

L

licensing requirements, multicast 2-9

M

mapping agents. See Auto-RP

MFIB

description 2-9

flushing routes 4-33

MRIB and M6RIB

description 2-8

flushing routes 4-33

MSDP

Anycast-RP (Note) 6-2

configuration, example 6-16

description 6-1

full mesh, description 6-2

interdomain multicast protocol 2-8

licensing requirements 6-3

mesh groups, description 6-3

parameters, default settings 6-4

peering, steps to configure 6-4

peer-RPF flooding, description 6-3

peers, description 6-1

PIM domains 2-6, 6-1

prerequisites 6-4

SA cache, description 6-3

SA messages, and PIM register messages 6-3

SA messages, description 6-1, 6-2

statistics

clearing 6-15

displaying 6-15

MSDP commands

feature msdp 6-6

ip msdp description 6-9

ip msdp flush-routes 6-14

ip msdp group-limit 6-11

ip msdp mesh-group 6-13

ip msdp originator-id 6-11

ip msdp password 6-9

ip msdp peer 6-7

ip msdp sa-interval 6-11

ip msdp sa-limit 6-9

ip msdp sa-policy 6-9

ip msdp shutdown 6-9

MSDP configuration

administrative shutdown 6-8

commands, cached (Note) 6-5

description field 6-8

enabling 6-5

example 6-16

group limit 6-10

MD5 password 6-8

mesh groups 6-12

originator interface name 6-10

parameters, default settings

6-4

peering, steps to configure 6-4

peers and peering relationship 6-6

restarting the MSDP process 6-13

SA messages

interval 6-10

limit 6-8

policy IN 6-8

policy OUT 6-8

MSDP show commands

show ip msdp 6-15

show ip msdp count 6-14

show ip msdp mesh-group 6-14

show ip msdp peer 6-14

show ip msdp policy statistics sa-policy 6-15

show ip msdp route 6-15

show ip msdp rpf 6-14

show ip msdp sa-cache 6-15

show ip msdp sources 6-14

show ip msdp summary 6-14

MSDP statistics commands

clear ip msdp peer 6-16

clear ip msdp policy statistics sa-policy 6-16

clear ip msdp route 6-16

clear ip msdp sa-cache 6-16

clear ip msdp statistics 6-16

multicast

administratively scoped IP, description 4-8

channel 2-1

description 2-1

distribution modes

ASM 4-2

SSM 4-2

forwarding 2-4

group 2-1

interdomain protocols

MSDP 2-8

SSM 2-8

IPv4 addresses 2-1

licensing requirements 2-9

protocols

IGMP 3-1

IGMP snooping 5-1

MSDP 6-1

PIM 2-5

restarting processes

MSDP 6-13

multicast distribution trees

description 2-2

PIM 2-5

shared 2-3, 4-1

source 2-2, 4-1

SPTs, description 2-2

Multicast Forwarding Information Base. See MFIB

Multicast Routing Information Base. See MRIB

multicast routing table (MRT)

limit 4-24

Multicast Source Discovery Protocol. See MSDP

O

OIF

RPF check 2-4

outgoing interface. See OIF

P

PIM

configuration steps 4-10

configuring, description 4-9

dense mode 2-5

description 2-5, 4-1

enabling 4-2

failure detection 4-3

guidelines and limitations 4-8

licensing requirements 4-8

message filtering 4-30

parameters, default settings 4-9

refreshing state 4-3

sparse mode 2-5, 4-1

statistics

clearing 4-35

displaying 4-35

PIM commands

feature pim 4-11

ip mroute 4-28

ip pim anycast-rp 4-22

ip pim auto-rp listen 4-13

ip pim auto-rp mapping-agent 4-21

ip pim auto-rp mapping-agent-policy 4-33

ip pim auto-rp rp-candidate 4-21

ip pim auto-rp rp-candidate-policy 4-32

ip pim border 4-15

ip pim bsr bsr-policy 4-32

ip pim bsr-candidate 4-18

ip pim bsr listen 4-13

ip pim bsr rp-candidate-policy 4-32

ip pim dr-priority 4-14

ip pim flush-routes 4-34

ip pim hello-authentication ah-md5 4-14

ip pim hello-interval 4-15

ip pim jp-policy 4-33

ip pim log-neighbor-changes 4-32

ip pim neighbor-policy 4-15

ip pim register-policy 4-32

ip pim register-rate-limit 4-14

ip pim rp-address 4-16

ip pim rp-candidate 4-18

ip pim send-rp-announce 4-21

ip pim send-rp-discovery 4-21

ip pim sparse-mode 4-14

ip pim ssm range 4-27

ip pim use-shared-tree-only 4-24

ip routing multicast holddown 4-14

PIM configuration

Auto-RP candidate RP policy (PIM only) 4-31

Auto-RP mapping agent policy (PIM only) 4-31

Auto-RP message action (PIM only) 4-11

BSR candidate RP policy 4-31

BSR message action 4-11

BSR policy 4-31

description 4-9

designated router priority 4-12

domain border 4-12

examples

ASM mode using BSR 4-37

ASM mode using PIM Anycast-RP 4-38

SSM mode 4-36

feature, enabling 4-10

flushing routes 4-33

hello authentication mode 4-12

hello interval 4-12

Initial holddown period 4-12

join-prune policy 4-31

logging neighbor changes 4-30

neighbor policy 4-12

parameters, default settings 4-9

PIM register policy 4-31

Register rate limit 4-12

sparse mode, enabling 4-12

sparse mode parameters 4-11

steps to configure 4-10

PIM domains

border parameter 4-8

description

PIM 2-6

MSDP (PIM) 6-1

PIM messages

Anycast-RP 4-6

authenticating hello with MD5 hash value 4-3

DR priority 4-2

filtering join-prune 4-3

hello, description 4-2

join and state creation 4-3, 4-4

join-prune, description 4-3

join-prune and join or prune (Note) 4-3

MSDP SA messages 6-3

register

description 4-7

filtering 4-7

MSDP 6-1

PIM show commands

show ip mroute 4-34

show ip pim group-range 4-34

show ip pim interface 4-34

show ip pim neighbor 4-34

show ip pim oif-list 4-34

show ip pim policy statistics 4-35

show ip pim route 4-35

show ip pim rp 4-35

show ip pim rp-hash 4-35

show ip pim vrf 4-35

show running-configuration pim 4-35

show startup-configuration pim 4-35

PIM statistics commands

clear ip pim interface statistics 4-36

clear ip pim policy statistics 4-36

clear ip pim statistics 4-36

Protocol Independent Multicast. See PIM 2-5

R

rendezvous points. See RPs

restarting multicast processes

MSDP 6-13

reverse path forwarding. See RPF

route maps

Auto-RP mapping agent configuration 4-29

BSR configuration 4-29

RP configuraion 4-29

RP-Announce messages, and Auto-RP 4-5

RP-Discovery messages, and Auto-RP 4-5

RPF

check 2-4

configuring routes 4-28

PIM 2-5

static multicast 2-7

RPs

address selection 4-4

Anycast-RP, description 4-6

Auto-RP, description 4-5

BSRs, description 4-4

default mode (ASM) 2-7

description 4-4

MSDP 6-1

PIM domains 2-6

route maps, configuring 4-29

selection process 4-5

static, description 4-4

static addresses, configuring 4-16

RP trees. See multicast distribution trees, shared

RPTs. See multicast distribution trees, shared

S

shortest path trees. See SPTs

SPTs

description 2-2

SSM mode 4-3

SSM mapping. See SSM translation

SSM mode

configuring 4-26

description 2-7, 4-2

DRs 4-26

group range, configuring 4-27

IGMPv3 3-3

interdomain multicast protocol 2-8

join-prune messages 4-3

SSM translation

description 3-11

IGMPv1 and IGMPv2 3-3

T

troubleshooting 5-1