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Multicast On-path Telemetry using IOAM
draft-ietf-mboned-multicast-telemetry-04

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Authors Haoyu Song , Mike McBride , Greg Mirsky , Gyan Mishra , Hitoshi Asaeda , Tianran Zhou
Last updated 2023-02-12 (Latest revision 2022-08-11)
Replaces draft-song-multicast-telemetry
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Abstract

This document discusses the requirements of on-path telemetry for multicast traffic using In-situ OAM. Applying In-situ OAM for multicast telemetry presents some unique challenges. This document provides the solutions based on the In-situ OAM trace option and direct export option to support the telemetry data correlation and the multicast tree reconstruction without collecting redundant data.

Authors

Haoyu Song
Mike McBride
Greg Mirsky
Gyan Mishra
Hitoshi Asaeda
Tianran Zhou

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