Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol
draft-ietf-idmr-dvmrp-v3-11

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (idmr WG)
Last updated 2008-02-13 (latest revision 2003-12-02)
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Abstract

DVMRP is an Internet routing protocol that provides an efficient mechanism for connection-less datagram delivery to a group of hosts across an internetwork. It is a distributed protocol that dynamically generates IP Multicast delivery trees using a technique called Reverse Path Multicasting (RPM) [Deer90]. This document is an update to Version 1 of the protocol specified in RFC 1075 [Wait88].

Authors

Tom Pusateri (pusateri@bangj.com)

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