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Lists of packet formats for IGMP, PIM, and MSDP. •. A complete glossary that clarifies important terms and acronyms and provides their definitions. Practical and thorough in coverage, Interdomain Multicast Routing is an important addition to any network engineer's bookshelf. This document is created with the unregistered. An Overview of Inter-Domain Multicast Routing. White Paper. Abstract. Multicast routing is used to distribute data to multiple recipients. Until recently, the multicast routing protocols have concentrated on multicasting within a single domain. There is, however, also a demand for multicasting on a global scale, across the. [Next] • Table of Contents • Index Interdomain Multicast Routing: Practical Juniper Networks.
Multicast domain (PIM). • PIM domain. • one (or a set of several) Rendezvous Points (RP). • A border with other PIM domains. • PIM border router. • ISP wants to be able to. • Manage its own resources (RP). • retrain local sources to its domain . Increasing numbers of ISPs have begun implementing multicast infrastructure. Soon the Internet will provide multicast connectivity between any two points on the Internet the way it provides for unicast traffic - Selection from Interdomain Multicast Routing: Practical Juniper Networks and Cisco Systems Solutions [Book ]. Abstract. Multicast routing enables e cient data distribution to mul- tiple recipients. However, existing work has concentrated on extending single-domain techniques to wide-area networks, rather than providing mechanisms to realize inter-domain multicast on a global scale in the Internet. We describe an architecture for.
Today: Multicast routing. ○. Multicast service model. ○. Host interface. ○. Host- router interactions (IGMP). ○. Multicast Routing. ◇ Distance Vector. ◇ Link State . ◇ Shared tree. ○. Limiters. ◇ Deployment issues. ◇ Inter-domain routing. ◇ Operational/Economic issues. Abstract. The first part of this paper describes the benefits of multicasting, the Multicast Backbone. (MBONE), Class D addressing, and the operation of the Internet Group Management. Protocol (IGMP). The second section explores a number of different algorithms that may potentially be employed by multicast routing. Starting with the Multicast Backbone (MBone), we describe how the emphasis has been on developing and refining intra-domain multicast routing protocols. Starting in the middle to late s, particular emphasis has been placed on developing inter-domain multicast routing protocols. We provide a functional overview of.