If the multicast traffic is supposed to be only locally routed, do you think you could run PIM-DM instead of PIM-SM? In PIM-DM, there is always an implicit join (multicast is flooded to all multicast-enabled interfaces), and prunes are generated only in the case a router has no directly connected receivers and no grafted PIM-DM neighbors. In your case, I believe, this is just what you need - as long as your receivers keep joined to the group via IGMP, your router has no other PIM-DM neighbor to receive a prune message, and thus should never stop forwarding the multicast.
Re: Unable to SSHDiane, The difference you are seeing is that an ASA is a firewall first and a VPN product second. The VPN Concentrators just did VPN and didn't concern themselves with routing, switching, or firewalls. ...
Topic: Auto-Summarization in IGP (EIGRP and RIP)
I know you may know about Auto Summary, but there are very few documents about Auto Summary. I decided to describe it in simple words. I saw that many CCNA and CCNP students face diff...
The template editor is a standalone application that can be used to Build your Day-0 (PnP) or Day-N configurations.
•Day-0 (PnP) : Is your PnP/Onboarding Template . This is a one-time Template that used while you onboard your ...