FACT show multicast groups

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To show the multicast groups in the current scan, use the show multicast groups command.


show multicast groups {hosts | ports | multicast-groups} [members] [summary | guids | detail]



Syntax Description

hosts Restricts output to show the multicast groups of which those hosts are a part.
ports Restricts output to show the multicast groups of which those ports are a part.
multicast-groups Restricts output to show the multicast groups of which those multicast groups are a part.
members (Optional) Show the set of members of the multicast groups that receive the messages addressed to that multicast group.
summary (Optional) Shows a one-line summary of each multicast group.
guids Show the port GUID of each member, if you specify members.
detail (Optional) Show the most important attributes for each multicast group.


Command Default

If you specify no default, the default view is the summary view.


Usage Guidelines

If there is no current scan or the current scan is incomplete, using the show multicast groups command automatically performs a fabric scan.


Examples

The following is sample output from the show multicast groups command, and it shows all multicast groups in the fabric and shows the members of each group:
  fact> show multicast groups members
  
  mgid                                             mlid member
  ----------------------------------------------- ----- ------------------------------
  ff:12:40:1b:ff:ff:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:01 49153 host01/1/1
  
  ff:12:40:1b:ff:ff:00:00:00:00:00:00:ff:ff:ff:ff 49152 host01/1/1
  
  ff:18:a0:1b:00:00:00:00:00:00:05:ad:00:02:80:da 49154 switchA/1:1/0   

Related Commands

scan fabric
show chassis
show chips
show ports

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