I'm teaching a class IPv6 and would like to create a lab for them to see the true benefit of ipv6 multicasting in action.
I created a multicast address for myself
ff15::1 (where ff is multicast, 1 is transient, no rsvp, and 5 is site scope). I then gave myself a group id of 1.
I get an "No route to host" error when trying to start the stream. Any ideas greatly appreciated.
ps: I know almost nothing about streaming.
... main debug: net: connecting to [[FF15::1]]:1234 main warning: [FF15::1] port 1234 : No route to host access_output_udp error: failed to create raw UDP socket main warning: no sout access module matching "udp" could be loaded main debug: TIMER module_need() : 1.171 ms - Total 1.171 ms / 1 intvls (Avg 1.171 ms) stream_out_standard error: no suitable sout access module for `udp/ts://[FF15::1]' ...
Surely if its a brand new multicast, there won't be a route to host until someone listens?