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Updated:July 21, 2020
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Multicast is the name of the process when one source sends a message to many
destinations. The message that the source sends out is known as a multicast stream. Destinations in the same
Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) as the source are free to choose if they want to receive the multicast stream.
TheMulticast Forward All page allows you to choose which interfaces receive multicast streams
in which VLANs. This article explains how to configure the multicast settings of interfaces on a Cisco Business 250 or 350 Series