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IGMPv2 packet capture

The capture displays an IGMPv2 multicast communication. The IP host with the IP address 192.168.10.108 is wishing to join 233.10.47.43 multicast group  sending the Memership Report IGMP message (1st and 2nd packet). After sucesfull joining, it is leaving the group after a while  with IGMP Leave Group message (3td packet), which follows by two Membership Queries issued by the default gateway with IP 192.168.10.1 on the multicast group address (233.10.47.43) checking for the actual group membership on the LAN for the multicast group.

Number of packets: 5

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Objective

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Topology

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