I have a set of broadcasting devices that are using multicast.
Here is the configuration :
L3 SWITCH# igmp-snooping interface Vlan-interface280 description BroadcastDevice ip address x.x.x.x 255.255.255.0 pim sm igmp enable igmp version 3 interface Vlan-interface206 description Subscribers ip address x.x.x.x 255.255.254.0 igmp enable igmp version 3 interface Vlan-interface226 description Not-Subscribers ip address x.x.x.x 255.255.254.0 igmp enable igmp version 3
I am running IGMP Snooping to make sure multicast traffic is not forwarded to every port in my network. Here is a sample from my Access Switch for the relevant vlans :
L2 ACCESS SWITCH# igmp-snooping vlan 206 name Subscribers igmp-snooping enable igmp-snooping version 3 vlan 226 name Not-Subscribers
This works well. VLAN 206 users are subscribing to the source flows from VLAN 241 and VLAN 226 are not receiving anything multicast.
I wish to filter multicast on my WIFI vlans the same way I did with the VLAN 206. Here is how I tried to do it :
L3 SWITCH# interface Vlan-interface250 description WIFI-ADMIN ip address x igmp enable igmp version 3 interface Vlan-interface252 description WIFI-SSID-CORP ip address x igmp enable igmp version 3 vlan 250 igmp-snooping enable igmp-snooping version 3 vlan 252 igmp-snooping enable igmp-snooping version 3
VLAN 250 is the vlan in which my clients are located when they authenticate on the controller. VLAN 252 is the controller VLAN.
With this configuration, my WIFI clients are still able to subscribe to multicast flows, which then brings my WiFi network down.
Anyone has any tips on what I am missing here ? Should I look in the controller configuration directly? It's a HP MSM 760.