I'm sorry that I confused with the IGMP service with the PIM service on
Dell FTOS 9, which printed the debugging message "Invalid sender
address"

and I think you can just test the igmp connection by issuing "ping
224.0.0.1" instead of installing quagga and launching pimd.

Best regards,
Gunwoo

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