check your multicast connectivity
Tools to check whether you can receive Source Specific Multicast (SSM)
or Any Source Multicast (ASM) via either IPv4 or IPv6
If a host runs ssmpingd, users on other hosts can use the ssmping client
to test whether they can receive SSM from the host. Another program
called asmping is also provided to check whether can receive ASM.
ssmping is a tool for checking whether a host can receive SSM from
another. If a host runst ssmpingd, users on other hosts can check
that they receive from this host by running the ssmping tool.
asmping is similar to ssmping, but checks for ASM rather than SSM.
This package also contains a tool called mcfirst.
How it works
ssmpingd listens f
asmping - check if you can receive IPv4/IPv6 multicast data
from an internet host
asmping [ -46v ] [ -I interface ] [ -c count ] [ -s size ]
asmping and ssmpingd are network level multicast management
tools that can be use
mcfirst - check if you can receive IPv4/IPv6 multicast
mcfirst [ -46vr ] [ -I interface ] [ -c count ] [ -t time ] [
source ] group port
mcfirst can be used to check whether one can receive multi‐
cast packets from a host. The host may send any type of mul‐
ssmping - chec
ssmping (0.9.1-3) unstable; urgency=low
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