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The Thomson Gateway and Multicast Video Introduction. Intro. Multicast streams Bandwith reduction Only UDP Multicast ‘always-on’ IGMP (internet group management protocol) Protocol for multicast stream in order to reach their destination Class D address: 224.0.0.0-239.255.255.255 (1110).

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The thomson gateway and multicast video introduction

The Thomson Gateway and Multicast VideoIntroduction


Intro

Intro

  • Multicast streams

    • Bandwith reduction

    • Only UDP

    • Multicast ‘always-on’

  • IGMP (internet group management protocol)

    • Protocol for multicast stream in order to reach their destination

    • Class D address: 224.0.0.0-239.255.255.255 (1110)


Igmp basics

IGMP basics

Step 1

NB: 255=225


Igmp basics1

IGMP basics

Step 2

NB: 255=225


Igmp basics2

IGMP basics

Step 3

NB: 255=225


Igmp versions

IGMP Versions

  • IGMP v1

    • Membership query

    • Membership report

  • IGMP v2

    • Membership query

    • V2 Membership report (Fast Leave)

    • Leave group

    • V1 Membership report

  • IGMP v3

    • Membership query

    • V3 Membership report (Explicit Host Tracking)

    • V2 Leave group

    • V2 Membership report

    • V2 Leave group

    • V1 Membership report


Definitions

Definitions

  • IGMP Proxy

    • Terminates LAN side IGMP

    • Initiates IGMP on WAN side

    • Port-based bridge group

  • IGMP Snooping

    • Layer 2 switch uses Layer 3 IP header for intelligent forwarding

    • No traffic is send on parts were no IGMP is required


Standard scenarios

Standard scenarios


Bridged

BRIDGED


Bridged fl off eht off 1 port

I DO!

LEAVE

WHO WANTS X?

BRIDGED, FL=OFF EHT=OFF 1 PORT

FL=OFF EHT=OFF

A WILL NOT LISTEN ANYMORE


Bridged fl off eht off 2 ports

I DO!

LEAVE

WHO WANTS X?

BRIDGED, FL=OFF EHT=OFF 2 PORTS

FL=OFF EHT=OFF


Bridged fl on eht off 1 port

I DO!

LEAVE

WHO WANTS X?

BRIDGED, FL=ON EHT=OFF 1 PORT

FL=ON EHT=OFF

A WILL NOT LISTEN ANYMORE


Bridged fl on eht off 2 ports

I DO!

LEAVE

WHO WANTS X?

BRIDGED, FL=ON EHT=OFF 2 PORTS

FL=ON EHT=OFF


Bridged fl on eht on 1 port

I DO!

LEAVE

WHO WANTS X?

BRIDGED, FL=ON EHT=ON1 PORT

FL=ON EHT=ON


Bridged fl on eht on 2 ports

I DO!

LEAVE

WHO WANTS X?

BRIDGED, FL=ON EHT=ON2 PORTS

FL=ON EHT=ON


Routed using proxy

ROUTED (USING PROXY)


Routed proxy fl on eht off

LEAVE

JOIN

I DO!

LEAVE

WHO WANTS X?

ROUTED, PROXY FL=ON EHT=OFF

FL=ON EHT=ON


Routed proxy fl off eht off

I DO!

LEAVE

WHO WANTS X?

ROUTED, PROXY FL=OFF EHT=OFF

FL=ON EHT=ON


Routed proxy fl off eht on

I DO!

LEAVE

WHO WANTS X?

ROUTED, PROXY FL=OFF EHT=ON

FL=ON EHT=ON


Routed proxy fl on eht on

I DO!

LEAVE

WHO WANTS X?

ROUTED, PROXY FL=ON EHT=ON

FL=ON EHT=ON


Sorts of network architectures

Sorts of Network Architectures

  • Bridged

    • IGMP Snooping

  • Routed

    • IGMP Proxy

    • IGMP Snooping

    • Flexiport

  • Hybrid

    • IGMP Snooping

    • Separate VLAN

    • Flexiport


Flexiport

Flexiport

  • Flexiport

    • Dynamic bridge group mapping based on MAC address

    • Selection-based on MAC address or DHCP options


Advantages vs disadvantages

  • Easy to configure

  • Transparent for STB

  • Easy to configure

  • Transparent for STB

  • Multiple PCs using NAT

  • Easy to configure

  • Multiple PCs using NAT

  • LAN-to-LAN connectivity

  • Multiple PCs result in multiple IP addresses

  • No LAN-to-LAN connectivity

  • No LAN-to-LAN connectivity

  • Requires NAT-friendly STB

Advantages vs. Disadvantages

  • Bridged

  • Hybrid

  • Routed


Routed scenario with vlan

Routed scenario with VLAN


Overview

Overview


Enable igmp proxy

Enable IGMP proxy

:igmp proxy config state enabled

:igmp proxy ifconfig intf=LocalNetwork state=downstream exptrack=enabled fastleave=enabled:igmp proxy ifconfig intf=ipVideo state=upstream


Enable igmp snooping

Enable IGMP snooping

:eth bridge igmpsnooping config state=enabled

:eth bridge ifconfig intf=ethport1 igmpsnooping=enabled

:eth bridge ifconfig intf=ethport2 igmpsnooping=enabled

:eth bridge ifconfig intf=ethport3 igmpsnooping=enabled


Hands on

Hands-on!


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