Controling mCast on S6730

Created: Sep 27, 2019 06:54:55Latest reply: Sep 27, 2019 07:30:52 73 2 0 0
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Hello!

I'm trying to configure multicast distribution such as in scheme. RouterA and RouterB are S6730 switches.

Multicast routing from vlan1 and vlan2 to vlan11 and vlan12 is working based on PIM-SM (ASM) with RPF.

I can't figure out how to control multicast traffic on the path from routerA/routerB to external receivers, because they are located in the same segment (vlan2) as external sources. In my previous installation there were Cisco switches and I could block outbound traffic on the Vlan2 interface, but Huawei does not allow this, according to manual it can block only inbount traffic with ACL rules.

What can you suggest in such scheme?2019-09-27_mCast_huawei

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Popeye_Wang
Admin Created Sep 27, 2019 07:30:52 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

The traffic policy applied to the VLANIF interface supports only the inbound direction. you can apply the traffic policy in the physical interface or vlan view which supports the outbound direction.
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EU_lv
EU_lv Created Oct 1, 2019 12:21:57
it seems that applying ACL on VLAN would work, but can you give me an advice how to set-up this kind of filter? as I see there are some complex structures based on traffic policy, traffic classifier and etc. Or may be there is a simple method how to block separate multicast group on VLAN?  
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Popeye_Wang
Popeye_Wang Admin Created Sep 27, 2019 07:30:52 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

The traffic policy applied to the VLANIF interface supports only the inbound direction. you can apply the traffic policy in the physical interface or vlan view which supports the outbound direction.
  • x
  • convention:

EU_lv
EU_lv Created Oct 1, 2019 12:21:57
it seems that applying ACL on VLAN would work, but can you give me an advice how to set-up this kind of filter? as I see there are some complex structures based on traffic policy, traffic classifier and etc. Or may be there is a simple method how to block separate multicast group on VLAN?  

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