Russ, > The receiver connects to the same switch and VLAN as the backup server > so there are no firewall rules involved. The firewall rules I referred to are the ones on the backup server. If tcpdump(1) shows UDP packets arriving at the backup server but dvbs_multicast(1) shows nothing, then the likely cause is a firewall rule on the backup server that disallows incoming UDP broadcast packets. > I did find that the multi-cast > routing was not on the backup server, Are you saying that you did find a firewall rule on the backup server that disallowed incoming UDP broadcast packets? > so I copied that config file from > the primary to the backup and restarted the network. Still no LDM data > coming in to the server. Other than goig ot the backup site to > physically check the DVBS, is there anything else I can look on the > server side ? > > I see a lot of stuff in tcpdump but not sure what I'm looking for. I > don't see the IP address of the DVBS in either tcpdump on my primary or > backup server. > > Thanks > Russ Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: QEL-970387 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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