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I would like to use SNMP to query an MX960 running JUNOS 12.3 to list what Multicast groups are being announced and what interface they are being announced from. Subsequently I would like to do the same on a receiving MX960 to find out what Multicast groups are being joined and by what interface. Also, my interfaces are participating in Routing-instances.
I want to use an snmpwalk command from a Solaris UNIX workstation to gather the information. Does anyone know what OID I could use to query the Multicast Route Table of a specific Routing-instance on an MX960 running JUNOS 12.3 and match the Multicast-Group to interface?
Any response to this?
Have you tried to walk this mibtree?
This was the OID I was looking for. Thanks!
I still had to figure out how to query the route table pertaining to a specific routing-instance and the solution is to reference the routing-instance as part of the community string as follows:
snmpwalk -v <version> -c <routing-instance>@<community> <hostname/IP> <OID>
The key is to put the routing-instance name before the community string separated by the "@" sign.
Example: snmpwalk -v 2c -c iptv@public 10.100.100.1 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.2
I also found OIDs relating to IGMP and PIM.
Searching the Juniper MIB explorer I think this may be the tree you are looking for.