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By Eric Rosenberg

Whereas unicast routing determines a course from one resource node to at least one vacation spot node, multicast routing determines a direction from one resource to many locations, or from many resources to many locations. We survey multicast routing equipment for while the set of locations is static, and for whilst it's dynamic. whereas many of the tools we evaluate are tree dependent, a few non-tree tools also are mentioned. We survey effects at the form of multicast timber, hold up limited multicast routing, aggregation of multicast site visitors, inter-domain multicast, and multicast digital deepest networks. We concentrate on uncomplicated algorithmic ideas, and mathematical types, instead of implementation point protocol info. Many traditionally very important tools, no matter if now not at present used, are reviewed to provide viewpoint at the evolution of multicast routing.

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If node y itself was pruned, it issues a graft message to its upstream neighbor, and this continues until the graft reaches a non-pruned node on the (s, g) tree. DVMRP is not currently utilized in large real world production networks, because its 32 hop limit makes it unsuitable for large networks, because its distance vector routing updates may be slow to converge, and because its flood and prune approach is more wasteful of bandwidth and state than PIM-based join/prune approaches. 5 Multicast OSPF Multicast Extensions to OSPF (MOSPF) is a multicast protocol designed by Moy, the author of OSPF ([75], [76]); Moy indicates that MOSPF is based on 1998 work of Steve Deering.

Node z is the privileged node. First a is added, Fig. 2 Greedy method then b, and then c, and the cost of the greedy tree is 8. 16. 4 DVMRP The first widely deployed multicast routing protocol is Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol (DVMRP). It is based upon the RIP unicast routing protocol [68]. Each router running DVMRP maintains a list of adjacent routers also running DVMRP. DVMRP is a distance vector method, which means that adjacent nodes exchange routing updates (this is done every 60 seconds), and update their routing tables.

PIM Dense Mode is efficient when most nodes in the domain are receiver nodes. If few nodes are receiver nodes, since PIM Dense Mode initially sends packets on the broadcast tree to every node, this method consumes more bandwidth on arcs, and creates state on more nodes, than methods which send traffic only where it is wanted. For this reason PIM Dense Mode is not used in large scale multicast networks. 2 PIM Sparse Mode PIM Sparse Mode (PIM-SM) is a popular multicast protocol, the most popular as of 2004 [89].

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