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We have been running into issues where some random voip phones are not able to establish a connection with the phone server.  I ran wireshark this morning and the log grew to about 100 MB in about a minute with ipv6 multicast broadcasting traffic.  This traffic appears to be from Windows 7 machines.  Is there a way to block this traffic on HP switches?
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Well I'm not trying to block traffic between vlans...I'm just trying to block all ipv6 broadcast/multicast traffic if possible.
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