first of all I would like to apologize for my English.
The second apology for the fact that I may be posting in the wrong category.
But now to my question.
I have a Debian server which acts as a bridge in my network. unicast communication works without problems.
now i wanted to do a small audio streaming test and configured igmp snooping and a querier on my switch, which is in the ZT LAN directly connected to the bridge.
now I would like to provide a multicast stream from my ZT Lan (behind the bridge) in the network. but unfortunately it does not arrive.
so I tried to make a small test with iperf.
if i now
iperf -s -u -B 220.127.116.11% -i 1 on the sender side (from my ZT LAN behind the ZT Birdge), data is happily sent, but on my client (linux pc) i can join the group but get no data packets.
am i doing something wrong, do i need to create special network rules or maybe even change the local.conf on the bridg and the client?
EDIT: one more infomration, inside my ZT LAN (Behind the ZT Brigde) it is working of course!
I appreciate any advice