I have 2 interfaces on my desktop: one in a multicast enabled vlan, that has access to some udp streams, but otherwise unrouted, and one with internet access, but no multicast.
If only the multicast interface is enabled, I am able to play the streams, with VLC, for example. If I enable the second interface, I loose access to the multicast stream.
This happens due to a routing problem, as far as I can think. So I need to route the multicast request (IGMP and such) through the right interface, or something like that.
Does anyone have any idea how to do this on Windows 7?