On Wed, 2002-01-30 at 13:44, Karl Jeacle wrote:
> The Indigo access server is enabled for native IP multicast.
> To check group membership, it uses IGMP queries. Because it's
> a Cisco, PIM is enabled too, so it will accept you as a PIM
> neighbour if you're PIM-capable. There isn't anything you can
> do about this. If you want to time yourself out, you need to
> modify appropriate filters so that IGMP/PIM traffic is not
> classified as "interesting" traffic.
How do I filter this. Would the "noccp" option for pppd cover this or
was that for LCP packets only ?
Or is there a filter file similar to what diald used for ppp ?
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