IGMP proxy

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Document Date and version2021.02.04
Tested on OLT DASAN V5816Version: 1.04
Tested with ONT HALNy HL-4GMVSupported on Version: V2.0.13 above
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IGMP proxy application

IGMP proxy is used for providing both Internet and IPTV services on the same LAN subnet. This solution allows STB to establish an Internet connection for services like VoD, Spotify, Deezer, YouTube, Internet radio stations, and others.

Service scenarios

ONTs HALNy supports two IGMP proxy scenarios:

  • Internet and Multicast provided in two separate VLAN
  • Internet and Multicast provided in the same VLAN

Service Scenario 1 – Internet and Multicast provided in two separate VLAN

Below screens shows how to configure IGMP proxy via ONT www interface

WAN1 – Internet

WAN2 – IPTV Multicast

PortBinding settings

The same settings can be configured via xml:

    <WAN>
        <WAN1>
            <ACTIVE>YES</ACTIVE>
            <MODE>ROUTER</MODE>
            <SERVICE_DESCRIPTION>INTERNET</SERVICE_DESCRIPTION>
            <WAN1_PORT_BINDING>
                <LAN1>YES</LAN1>
                <LAN2>YES</LAN2>
                <LAN3>YES</LAN3>
                <LAN4>YES</LAN4>
                <WLAN_2.4G_SSID1>YES</WLAN_2.4G_SSID1>
                <WLAN_5G_SSID1>YES</WLAN_5G_SSID1>
            </WAN1_PORT_BINDING>
            <VLAN_ENABLE>TAG</VLAN_ENABLE>
            <VLAN_ID>100</VLAN_ID>
            <COS>0</COS>
            <IP_VERSION>IPv4</IP_VERSION>
            <CONNECTION_TYPE>DHCP</CONNECTION_TYPE>
            <MTU></MTU>
            <DEFAULT_ROUTE>YES</DEFAULT_ROUTE>
            <NAT_ENABLE>YES</NAT_ENABLE>
            <IGMP_PROXY></IGMP_PROXY>
        </WAN1>
        <WAN2>
            <ACTIVE>YES</ACTIVE>
            <MODE>ROUTER</MODE>
            <SERVICE_DESCRIPTION>OTHER</SERVICE_DESCRIPTION>
            <WAN2_PORT_BINDING>
                <LAN1>YES</LAN1>
                <LAN2>YES</LAN2>
                <LAN3>YES</LAN3>
                <LAN4>YES</LAN4>
                <WLAN_2.4G_SSID1>YES</WLAN_2.4G_SSID1>
                <WLAN_5G_SSID1>YES</WLAN_5G_SSID1>
            </WAN2_PORT_BINDING>
            <VLAN_ENABLE>TAH</VLAN_ENABLE>
            <VLAN_ID>200</VLAN_ID>
            <COS>0</COS>
            <IP_VERSION>IPv4</IP_VERSION>
            <CONNECTION_TYPE>DHCP</CONNECTION_TYPE>
            <MTU></MTU>
            <DEFAULT_ROUTE>NO</DEFAULT_ROUTE>
            <NAT_ENABLE>NO</NAT_ENABLE>
            <IGMP_PROXY>YES</IGMP_PROXY>
        </WAN2>

NOTE: This is part of an example xml with only mandatory settings.

Service Scenario 2 – Internet and Multicast provided in the same VLAN

Below screens shows how to configure IGMP proxy via ONT www interface

WAN1 – Internet and IPTV multicast

PortBinding settings

The same settings can be configured via xml:

    <WAN>
        <WAN1>
            <ACTIVE>YES</ACTIVE>
            <MODE>ROUTER</MODE>
            <SERVICE_DESCRIPTION>INTERNET</SERVICE_DESCRIPTION>
            <WAN1_PORT_BINDING>
                <LAN1>YES</LAN1>
                <LAN2>YES</LAN2>
                <LAN3>YES</LAN3>
                <LAN4>YES</LAN4>
                <WLAN_2.4G_SSID1>YES</WLAN_2.4G_SSID1>
                <WLAN_5G_SSID1>YES</WLAN_5G_SSID1>
            </WAN1_PORT_BINDING>
            <VLAN_ENABLE>TAG</VLAN_ENABLE>
            <VLAN_ID>100</VLAN_ID>
            <COS>0</COS>
            <IP_VERSION>IPv4</IP_VERSION>
            <CONNECTION_TYPE>DHCP</CONNECTION_TYPE>
            <MTU></MTU>
            <DEFAULT_ROUTE>YES</DEFAULT_ROUTE>
            <NAT_ENABLE>YES</NAT_ENABLE>
            <IGMP_PROXY>YES</IGMP_PROXY>
        </WAN1>

NOTE: This is part of an example xml with only mandatory settings.


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