HomeNetworkingMulticastJuniper vMX Multicast ConfigurationJuniper vMX Multicast Configuration Valter Popeskic Multicast 1 CommentTesting Multicast with VLC media playerServer Side:To Start click on Media -> StreamWith “Add…” button add media you like to stream. Then hit Stream buttonSelect RTP (MPEG Transport Stream) to configure multicast stream…Define which multicast address you want to use for your stream… You can change the port, or not…I left Transcoding by default..Check the box at the top and add “,ttl=10” before last “}”, You can see this in the image if you resize. Without this it could be sourced with TTL=1 and effectively dropped at the fist router.Hiting the Stream button will start to send the stream. Checking the “repeat” option will play without stopping…On the Client Side:On the other side of the network Media -> Open Network StreamEntering previously defined IP and Port for our stream.. And Hit Play..If Everything went fine, we should see our Video Stream workingTesting Multicast with Singlewire Multicast test app Start the App on Source and Destination Computer…Select 1 on Server side to start multicast stream…Select 2 on Client side to start receiving multicast stream and see if that is really working… Juniper vMX Multicast Configuration was last modified: August 4th, 2016 by Valter PopeskicRelated Posts:Juniper vMX Lab Setup on VMwareIPv6 Anycast Address typeHow to Enable Dot1x authentication for wired clientsHow to Enable Dot1x – more complex setup for wired networkWoL – Wake On LANRedundant Default Gateway solutions in IPv4 networksShare:EmailWhatsAppLinkedInTwitterTelegramFacebookRedditPrintLike this:Like Loading...Previous 1 2 One Response Por December 29, 2019 Hi,I’m new to juniper and I try to configure ospf between cisco router and juno vxm-vcp/vfp but not ospf adj between them.. I can ping its next hop but not ospf establishment. Did I missed any commands somewhere in the juno vmx?? Thanks. ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.