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    No Physical firewal between them no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    No Physical firewal between them no.
    Have you tried disabling the software firewall both the source and destination?

    Are you sure everything is configured correctly on the LanSchool software? I don't have experience with LanSchool but I would think that you need to have some software installed on the student computers as well -- right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mehmet View Post
    Have you tried disabling the software firewall both the source and destination?

    Are you sure everything is configured correctly on the LanSchool software? I don't have experience with LanSchool but I would think that you need to have some software installed on the student computers as well -- right?
    The software firewall is disabled. You do need software on the student machines and everything with lanschool is 100% configured correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    The software firewall is disabled. You do need software on the student machines and everything with lanschool is 100% configured correct.
    If you open the LanSchool console and click on the network tab what "Data Transmission" option has been selected?

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    IP - Multicast

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    To use multicast for discovery or communication, you will need either to be in the same subnet/vlan or you need to enable multicast routing at the core with something like PIM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    IP - Multicast
    So IP multicast is selected and you have configured the appropriate subnets -- right?

    Were you able to check the switches configuration to see whether there is an ACL configured on any of the interfaces?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mehmet View Post
    So IP multicast is selected and you have configured the appropriate subnets -- right?

    Were you able to check the switches configuration to see whether there is an ACL configured on any of the interfaces?
    I did a SH runn on the switches but not sure what i am looking for.

    When IP-Muilticast is enabled you cant enter the subnets.

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    Google "cisco configure protocol independent multicast".

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