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    Enabling Interface-Level Admission Bandwidth Limitation for IPv6

    You can use the ipv6 multicast admission-bandwidth-limit command to enable multicast admission control on interfaces (including dynamic IP interfaces) that are configured to run MLD. You can also use this command on a PIM (sparse-mode, dense-mode, or sparse-dense-mode) interface if MLD is configured on the interface (including the ipv6 mld version passive command).

    To limit bandwidth for an interface that accepts MLD groups:

    • Issue the ipv6 multicast admission-bandwidth-limit command in Interface Configuration mode.
      host1:boston(config-if)#ipv6 multicast admission-bandwidth-limit 2000000

    Use the no version to remove the bandwidth limitation for the interface.

    Published: 2014-08-20