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Updated:December 13, 2018
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Configuration of Unregistered Multicast on ESW2-350G Switches
An Unregistered Multicast group has a set of ports that are not registered on the switch. Multicast frames from an unregistered multicast group are forwarded to all ports on the switch, but the ports can be configured either to receive or to filter the unregistered multicast frames.
The objective of this document is to show you how to configure unregistered multicast on ESW2-350G switches.
Step 1. Log in to the web configuration utility and choose Multicast > Unregistered Multicast. The Unregistered Multicast page opens:
Step 2. Choose the desired interface type for which unregistered multicast frames are to be configured from the Filter: Interface Type equals to drop-down list. The drop-down list contains the following interface types:
• Port — Denotes the individual ports of the switch.
• LAG — Denotes the Link Aggregation Groups (LAGs) of the switch. LAG is a collection of multiple ports. You can define what ports should be made into a LAG.
Step 3. Click Go to choose the selected interface.
Step 4. If Port is chosen from the Filter: Interface Type equals to drop-down list, click one of the radio buttons that correspond to that port to determine how it handles unregistered multicast frames
• Forwarding — Sends the unregistered multicast frames to that port.
• Filtering — Drops the unregistered multicast frames to that port.
Step 5. IfLAG is chosen from the Filter: Interface Type equals to drop-down list, click one of the radio buttons that correspond to that LAG to determine how it handles unregistered multicast frames:
• Forwarding — Forwards the unregistered multicast frames to that LAG.
• Filtering — Filters the unregistered multicast frames to that LAG.