Configure a Multicast Static Rendezvous Point (RP)

Learn how to configure a multicast static RP in Prisma SD-WAN.
A Rendezvous Point (RP) is a multicast-enabled device or node in the network that serves as a meeting point for multicast traffic in the network. An RP receives multicast traffic from a source and forwards the traffic to receivers interested in receiving the multicast traffic.
Prisma SD-WAN supports static RP addressing, wherein you must configure the same RP address for all the routers in the multicast network. The ION device can act as an RP or there can be an external RP. Prisma SD-WAN supports a maximum of 8 Static RPs and 240 groups. The groups must be unique among the RPs, that is, you cannot configure two RPs which support the same group.
Prisma SD-WAN does not support Auto RP and BSR protocols for dynamic RP advertisement.
  1. Select
    Map
    Claimed Devices
    Configure the device
    Routing
    Multicast
    RP Configuration
    .
  2. Click
    Create Static RP
    .
  3. Enter a Name for the RP.
  4. Enter an RP Address.
    This address must be consistent across all routers in the multicast network.
  5. (Optional)
    Enter a description and tags.
  6. (Optional)
    For Group Addresses, enter a group name and a multicast address for the group.
    This is a list of multicast group addresses that the RP serves.
    (Optional)
    Click
    Add Entry
    to create additional multicast groups and group addresses.You can enter a maximum of 240 group addresses.
  7. Click
    Save
    .
    Click
    View All
    for an RP to view the group addresses configured for the RP.

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