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Multicasting vmware esxi machines?

Posted on 2014-02-28
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Hi,

To test multicasting, can we do this on a virtual environment (since multicasting is enabled on physical switches, will it work on the virtual ones WITHOUT any configuration change)?

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Thanks, but please check the link before you post it.
It's related to performance, not to my question.
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To answer your question No vSwitch does not play any part. If its configured on physical switch it will support it.
http://www.borgcube.com/blogs/2012/02/vshpere-multicast-support/
I gave you that link because it talks about VMware's support for multicast.
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