Table of Contents

About the Documentation
E Series and JunosE Documentation and Release Notes
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E Series and JunosE Text and Syntax Conventions
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Internet Protocol Version 4
Configuring IPv4 Multicast
IPv4 Multicast Overview
Reverse-Path Forwarding
Multicast Packet Forwarding
IPv4 Multicast Platform Considerations
IPv4 Multicast References
Switch Fabric Bandwidth Configuration
Configuring IPv4 Multicast Attributes
Before You Begin Configuring IPv4 Multicast
Enabling IP Multicast
Defining Static Routes for Reverse-Path Forwarding
Enabling and Disabling RPF Checks
Specifying Unicast Routes for RPF
Defining Permanent IP Multicast Forwarding Entries
Defining a Multicast Bandwidth Map
Autosense Mechanism Overview
Example: Configuring a Multicast Bandwidth Map
Adaptive Mode Mechanism Overview for IPv4
Multicast QoS Adjustment for IPv4
Multicast OIF Mapping Case
Multicast Traffic Receipt Without Forwarding
Activating Multicast QoS Adjustment Functions
Hardware Multicast Packet Replication Overview
Supported Modules and Encapsulations
Relationship with OIF Mapping
Hardware Multicast Packet Replication Considerations
Configuring Hardware Multicast Packet Replication
Configuring Hardware Multicast Packet Replication Without OIF-Mapping
Configuring Hardware Multicast Packet Replication With OIF-Mapping
Controlling Multicast Traffic on the Interface
Blocking Mroutes
Enabling Interface Admission Bandwidth Limitation
OIF Interface Reevaluation
Controlling Mutlicast Traffic on the Port
Creating Mroute Port Limits
Enabling Port-Level Admission Bandwidth Control
Dynamic Port Admission Bandwidth Control
OIF Port Reevaluation
Deleting Multicast Forwarding Entries
Multicast Router Information Support
BGP Multicasting
Investigating Multicast Routes
Monitoring IPv4 Multicast
Displaying Available Routes for Reverse-Path Forwarding
Monitoring Multicast Forwarding Entries
Monitoring Active Multicast Routes
Monitoring Multicast Entries in a Source or Group
Monitoring Multicast Routes When OIF Mapping Is Configured
Monitoring Multicast Statistics
Monitoring Summary Information of Multicast Routes
Monitoring Multicast Protocols Enabled on the Router
Monitoring Summary Information of Multicast Protocols Enabled on the Router
Monitoring the IP Multicast Status on a Virtual Router
Monitoring Multicast Routes on Virtual Router Ports
Configuring IGMP and IGMP Proxy
IGMP Overview
Group Membership Queries
Group Membership Reports
Leave Group Membership Messages
IGMP Platform Considerations
IGMP References
Static and Dynamic IGMP Interfaces
Before You Begin Configuring IGMP
Enabling IGMP on an Interface
Configuring IGMP Settings for an Interface
Configuring Multicast Groups for IGMP
Specifying Multicast Groups
Assigning a Multicast Group to an Interface
Configuring Group Outgoing Interface Mapping
Access Node Control Protocol for IGMP
SSM Mapping
Overview of Limiting the Number of Accepted IGMP Groups
IGMP Traffic Overview
Explicit Host Tracking
Configuring IGMP Attributes
Configuring Explicit Host Tracking
Disabling and Removing IGMP
Example: Accepting IGMP Reports from Remote Subnetworks
IGMP Proxy Overview
Configuring IGMP Proxy
Establishing the IGMP Proxy Baseline
Monitoring IGMP and IGMP Proxy
Monitoring IGMP Information on a Virtual Router
Monitoring IGMP Groups
Monitoring IGMP Interfaces
Monitoring Summary Information for IGMP Interfaces
Monitoring IGMP on a Mapped Outgoing Interface
Monitoring IGMP for Multicast Groups
Monitoring IGMP on Outgoing Interfaces
Monitoring IGMP Information for a Mapped Outgoing Interface
Monitoring IGMP SSM Mapping
Monitoring the Number of IGMP Groups on a Port
Monitoring IGMP Proxy Parameters
Monitoring IGMP Proxy Groups
Monitoring IGMP Proxy Interfaces
Configuring PIM for IPv4 Multicast
Understanding PIM for IPv4 Multicast
PIM Dense Mode
Overriding Prunes
Preventing Duplication
PIM Sparse Mode
Joining Groups
Timers
PIM Sparse Mode Bootstrap Router
PIM Sparse-Dense Mode
PIM Source-Specific Multicast
PIM for IPv4 Multicast Platform Considerations
PIM for IPv4 Multicast References
Enabling PIM for IPv4 on a Virtual Router
Disabling PIM for IPv4 on a Virtual Router
Enabling PIM for IPv4 on an Interface
Setting a Priority to Determine the Designated Router for IPv4
Configuring the PIM for IPv4 Join/Prune Message Interval
Configuring an RP Router for PIM Sparse Mode and PIM Sparse-Dense Mode for IPv4
Configuring a Static RP Router
Configuring an Auto-RP Router for PIM Sparse Mode
Configuring an Auto-RP Router for PIM Sparse-Dense Mode
Configuring BSR and RP Candidates for PIM Sparse Mode for IPv4
Migrating to BSR from Auto-RP
Switching to an SPT for PIM Sparse Mode for IPv4
Multicast VPNs Overview
Creating Multicast VPNs Using the Default MDT
Creating Multicast VPNs Using the Data MDT
Data MDT Sources
Data MDT Receivers
Establishing a Data MDT Using ASM or SSM
Configuring the Default MDT
Configuring Data MDTs
Example: Configuring Multicast VPNs
Configuring PIM Sparse Mode Join Filters for IPv4
Configuring PIM for IPv4 SSM
BFD Protocol for PIM for IPv4 Overview
Configuring the BFD Protocol for PIM for IPv4
Removing PIM for IPv4
Resetting PIM Counters and Mappings for IPv4
Monitoring PIM for IPv4 Multicast
Enabling the Display of a PIM Event
Disabling the Display of a PIM Event
Monitoring PIM Router-Level Information for IPv4
Monitoring RP Routers and the RP Mapping Agent in a PIM Sparse Mode Environment for IPv4
Monitoring BSR Information for IPv4
Monitoring Active Data MDTs for IPv4
Monitoring Each (Source, Group) Pair for PIM Dense Mode for IPv4
Monitoring PIM Interfaces for IPv4
Monitoring PIM Neighbors for IPv4
Monitoring PIM Group-to-RP Mappings for IPv4
Monitoring the RP Router that a Multicast Group Uses for IPv4
Monitoring each (S,G) Pair for PIM Sparse Mode and PIM SSM for IPv4
Monitoring Unicast Routes that PIM Sparse Mode Uses for IPv4
Monitoring the Threshold for Switching to the Shortest Path Tree at a PIM Designated Router for IPv4
Configuring DVMRP
DVMRP Overview
Identifying Neighbors
Advertising Routes
DVMRP Platform Considerations
DVMRP References
Enabling DVMRP on a Virtual Router
Activating DVMRP on an Interface
Configuring DVMRP Limits
Configuring the Number of Routes that the Virtual Router Records in Warnings
Configuring the Maximum Number of DVMRP Routes That the Router Advertises
DVMRP Report Filter Overview
Filtering DVMRP Reports
DVMRP Summary Addresses Overview
Configuring DVMRP Summary Addresses
Changing the Metric for a Route
Importing Routes from Other Protocols
Specifying Routes to Be Advertised
Preventing Dynamic Route Distribution
Exchange of DVMRP Unicast Routes Overview
Exchanging DVMRP Unicast Routes
Disabling and Removing DVMRP
Clearing DVMRP Routes
Monitoring DVMRP
Setting a Baseline for DVMRP Statistics
Monitoring DVMRP Information for a Virtual Router
Monitoring DVMRP Parameters for a Specific Interface
Monitoring DVMRP Multicast Groups
Monitoring DVMRP Neighbors
Monitoring DVMRP Routes
Monitoring the Next Hops of DVMRP Routes
Internet Protocol Version 6
Configuring IPv6 Multicast
IPv6 Multicast Overview
Reverse-Path Forwarding
Multicast Packet Forwarding
IPv6 Multicast Platform Considerations
IPv6 Multicast References
Before You Begin
Switch Fabric Bandwidth Configuration
Configuring IPv6 Multicast Attributes
Enabling IPv6 Multicast
Defining IPv6 Static Routes for Reverse-Path Forwarding
Enabling and Disabling RPF Checks for IPv6
Specifying Unicast Routes for RPF in IPv6
Defining Permanent IPv6 Multicast Forwarding Entries
IPv6 Multicast Bandwidth Map Overview
Autosense Mechanism Overview
Adaptive Mode Mechanism Overview for IPv6
Example: Configuring an IPv6 Multicast Bandwidth Map
Multicast QoS Adjustment for IPv6
Multicast OIF Mapping Case for IPv6
Multicast Traffic Receipt Without Forwarding for IPv6
Activating IPv6 Multicast QoS Adjustment Functions
IPv6 Hardware Multicast Packet Replication Overview
Supported Modules and Encapsulations
Relationship with OIF Mapping
IPv6 Hardware Multicast Packet Replication Considerations
Configuring IPv6 Hardware Multicast Packet Replication
Interface-Level Multicast Traffic Configuration for IPv6
Blocking IPv6 Mroutes
Interface-Level Admission Bandwidth Limits for IPv6 Overview
Enabling Interface-Level Admission Bandwidth Limitation for IPv6
OIF Interface Reevaluation for IPv6
Port-Level Multicast Traffic Configuration for IPv6
Creating IPv6 Mroute Port Limits
Port-Level Admission Bandwidth Limits for IPv6 Overview
Enabling Port-Level Admission Bandwidth Limitation for IPv6
OIF Port Reevaluation for IPv6
Deleting IPv6 Multicast Forwarding Entries
BGP Multicasting
Investigating Multicast Routes
Monitoring IPv6 Multicast
Monitoring Available IPv6 Routes for Reverse-Path Forwarding
Monitoring IPv6 Hardware Multicast Packet Replication
Monitoring Port Statistics
Monitoring VLAN Statistics
Monitoring IPv6 Statistics
Monitoring MLD Statistics
Monitoring IPv6 Multicast Forwarding Entries
Monitoring Active IPv6 Multicast Routes
Monitoring Multicast Routes on Virtual Router Ports
Monitoring IPv6 Multicast Entries in a Source or Group
Monitoring Join Interface Details When IPv6 OIF Mapping Is Configured
Monitoring IPv6 Multicast Statistics
Monitoring Summary Information of IPv6 Multicast Routes
Monitoring IPv6 Multicast Protocols Enabled on the Router
Monitoring Summary Information of IPv6 Multicast Protocols Enabled on the Router
Monitoring IPv6 Multicast Status on a Virtual Router
Configuring MLD and MLD Proxy
MLD Overview
Multicast Listener Queries
Multicast Listener Reports
Multicast Listener Done Messages
MLD Platform Considerations
MLD References
Static and Dynamic MLD Interfaces
Enabling MLD on an Interface
Configuring MLD Settings on an Interface
Configuring Multicast Groups for MLD
Specifying MLD Multicast Groups
Assigning an MLD Multicast Group to an Interface
Configuring MLD Group Outgoing Interface Mapping
MLD SSM Mapping Overview
Overview of Limiting the Number of Accepted MLD Groups
MLD Traffic Overview
MLD Explicit Host Tracking Overview
Configuring MLD Attributes
Configuring MLD SSM Mapping
Limiting the Number of Accepted MLD Groups
Including and Excluding MLD Traffic
Configuring MLD Explicit Host Tracking
Disabling and Removing MLD
MLD Proxy Overview
Configuring MLD Proxy
Establishing the MLD Proxy Baseline
Monitoring MLD and MLD Proxy
Monitoring MLD Information on a Virtual Router
Monitoring MLD Groups
Monitoring MLD Interfaces
Monitoring Summary Information for MLD Interfaces
Monitoring MLD on Mapped Outgoing Interfaces
Monitoring MLD on Outgoing Interfaces
Monitoring MLD Membership for Multicast Groups
Monitoring MLD Information for Mapped Outgoing Interfaces
Monitoring MLD SSM Mapping
Monitoring the Number of MLD Groups on a Port
Monitoring MLD Proxy Parameters
Monitoring MLD Proxy Groups
Monitoring MLD Proxy Interfaces
Configuring PIM for IPv6 Multicast
Understanding PIM for IPv6 Multicast
PIM Sparse Mode
Joining Groups
Timers
PIM Sparse Mode Bootstrap Router
PIM Source-Specific Multicast
PIM for IPv6 Multicast Platform Considerations
PIM for IPv6 Multicast References
Enabling PIM for IPv6 on a Virtual Router
Disabling PIM for IPv6 on a Virtual Router
Enabling PIM for IPv6 on an Interface
Setting a Priority to Determine the Designated Router for IPv6
Configuring the PIM Join/Prune Message Interval for IPv6
Configuring an RP Router for PIM Sparse Mode for IPv6
Configuring BSR and RP Candidates for PIM Sparse Mode for IPv6
Switching to an SPT for PIM Sparse Mode for IPv6
Configuring PIM Sparse Mode Remote Neighbors for IPv6
Example: Configuring PIM Sparse Mode Remote Neighbors for IPv6
Configuring PIM Sparse Mode Join Filters for IPv6
Configuring PIM for IPv6 SSM
BFD Protocol for PIM for IPv6 Overview
Configuring BFD Protocol for PIM for IPv6
Removing PIM for IPv6
Resetting PIM Counters and Mappings for IPv6
Monitoring PIM for IPv6 Multicast
Enabling the Display of a PIM Event for IPv6
Disabling the Display of a PIM Event for IPv6
Monitoring PIM Router-Level Information for IPv6
Monitoring BSR Information for IPv6
Monitoring PIM Interfaces for IPv6
Monitoring PIM Neighbors for IPv6
Monitoring PIM Remote Neighbors for IPv6
Monitoring PIM Group-to-RP Mappings for IPv6
Monitoring the RP Router that a Multicast Group Uses for IPv6
Monitoring each (S,G) Pair for PIM Sparse Mode and PIM SSM for IPv6
Monitoring Unicast Routes that PIM Sparse Mode Uses for IPv6
Monitoring the Threshold for Switching to the Shortest Path Tree at a PIM Designated Router for IPv6
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