maybe the TTL parameter in udp-sender? 1 = 1 Hop (Subnet), 2 = 2 Hops, (...)
Am Montag 05 Mai 2008 09:59:35 schrieb m.forster:
we have some trouble with establishing a connection over different
The server (sender) is located in one VLAN (10.199.248.0/24) and the
clients (receiver) are located in 10.120.150.0/24.
Between the VLANs work 2 routers (Cisco equipement, Switches are Cisco,
too), but i can't see a connection when i start the sender.
We use an PXE image to boot-up, the server is running under Ubuntu 6.06.
Multicasting between the VLANs is enabled.
I think this is a problem with broadcasting. Does anyone know what we
have to do? I tried already the ttl option, connection
was found but the transfer did not start. I get directly a timeout and
he can't transfer anything.
Thanks in advance for an quick answer!