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ceejay
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Originally posted by Biggsounds

This was the first gig for the new Belkin router, I thought I had it all sorted and certainly didn’t have any other problems, but maybe I’ve got something set wrong with Multicast (as asked earlier: should the multicast address be within my DHCP address range?)

Check this out, see if it helps. The Multicast address from the getting started software user guide is compatible.

http://www.tcpipguide.com/free/t_IPMulticastAddressing.htm

IP addressing scheme sets aside a full one-sixteenth of the address space for multicast addresses: Class D. Multicast addresses are identified by the pattern “1110” in the first four bits, which corresponds to a first octet of 224 to 239. So, the full range of multicast addresses is from 224.0.0.0 to 239.255.255.255. Since multicast addresses represent a group of IP devices (sometimes called a host group) they can only be used as the destination of a datagram; never the source.


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