a) you join the two multicast routing domains and in that case you need to enable PIM sparse-mode on the links between DCs. But in this case the RP of one DC will become dominant over that of the other DC.
b) if you cannot join the two multicast routing domains you need to use the configuration for inter-AS multicast and you need to configure MSDP protocol between RP-A and RP-B. Most of these inter-AS use also MP BGP with address family ipv4 multicast to provide a way to pass the RPF check for a source belonging to the other DC
This is a new product launch - Catalyst 8000 Edge Platforms Family Overview. We will go over the series Catalyst Cellular Gateway in great detail.
Speaker: David Roten, Technical Marketing Engineer at Cisco
David is a Technical Marketing Engineer for...
“Use Serviceability Features to Troubleshoot your Cat9K as a Cisco TAC Engineer”
This event will have place on Tuesday 1st, December 2020 at 10hrs PDT
This event provides an introduction to the main Cat9K serviceability features. Serviceability is t...
Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing ProtocolEnhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) is an interior gateway protocol suited for many diffrent topologies and media. In a well designed network, EIGRP scales well and provides extremely quick converge...