Help: Tunneling multicast
Date: Sun, 25 Jan 2004 21:22:02 GMT
I want to tunnel multicast DNS (zeroconf/rendezvous, multicast
group 126.96.36.199, port 5353) between four subnets. The routers
connecting these subnets do not route multicast, and I don't
control the router. But I do have linux boxes in all four
subnets. Is there a simple way for me to tunnel multicast
between the subnets over unicast packets, making use of something
like vtun or something that makes use of the Linux 2.4 tap/tun
Bev A. Kupf
"The lyfe so short, the craft so long to lerne" -- Chaucer
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