How to add Static ARP entry in Switch/Router for MultiCast NLB

I want to configure an NLB for 2 Windows 2003 Server with Multicast option.
Can i know how to configure static ARP enteries in Cisco Swtich /Router for Multicast NLB
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Istvan KalmarHead of IT Security Division Commented:
Cisco routers require a static ARP entry because they do not support the
resolution of unicast IP addresses to multicast MAC addresses.

I advise to use unicast ip address to reach NLB servers!
AarizAuthor Commented:
but Unicast NLB is not working properly
Nayyar HH (CCIE RS)Network ArchitectCommented:

arp <cluster_ip_address> <cluster_mac_address>

To aviod process switching of these packets .

mac-address-table static <cluster_mac_address> vlan <number> interface <member_inf1> <member_inf2> <....>

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Istvan KalmarHead of IT Security Division Commented:
If you use arp the syntac is this:

arp <cluster_ip_address> <cluster_mac_address> ARPA
AarizAuthor Commented:
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