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  1. Hi Benjamin,

    The PIM join starts at the bottom and works it way up the tree:


    This is the RPT (Root Path Tree) towards the RP.

    The bottom router receives an IGMP membership so it will send a PIM join.

    Once this has been established, we might switch to the SPT (Shortest Path Tree). The router that is switching to the SPT will send a PIM join towards the source…

    The source IP is indeed learned by looking at the IP header.


  2. Hi Jama,

    The PIM tunnel is created every time your router learns a group-to-RP mapping. It applies to static RP, BSR and AutoRP.


  3. Hello Nani

    Great to have you here! We’re happy that you find the forum and Rene’s lessons helpful in your studies!

    In the output of the show ip mroute command, you will see various multicast address groups that exist within the mroute table. For each of these, there is a single incoming interface.

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  4. Hi Laz,

    Thanks for your in details explanations for each question. Yes it is helpful.


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