When configuring a router to be an RP-candidate for auto-RP in a sparse-dense mode network, do you need to statically configure itself to be the RP?
To configure a router to be an RP candidate, I originally thought that you would need to enter the "ip pim rp-address <interface ip>" command.
But what if we're running the RP candidate on a network with sparse-dense mode? If we enter "ip pim rp-address <interface ip>", will IOS interpret that to mean that we have defined an RP for all multicast group addresses (126.96.36.199/4)?
Can we run a router as an RP candidate in sparse-dense mode without entering the "ip pim rp-address <interface ip>" command so that multicast traffic can be dense mode flooded?
Does anyone have or know of any Powershell scripts to collect information from Cisco switches (Nexus, layer 2) and output to csv or Excel? Need to document a number of Cisco switches with port, vlan, routes, ACL information. Thanks
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