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Old 06-14-2001, 04:33 PM   #1
mistkhan
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Hi All

I have just configured the PIM-SM supported by linux(Which already existing in the kernel). Now the problems is how to check
1. The linux machine is running as multicast router,PIM-SM & IGMP

Is there any test suite to check the above

Thanking you in advance

regards
Aman


 
  


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