Interdomain Multicast Routing Support for Integrated Services Networks
draft-zappala-multicast-routing-ar-00

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Authors Deborah Estrin  , Scott Shenker  , Robert Braden  , Daniel Zappala 
Last updated 1997-03-27
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Abstract

This document describes an architecture for interdomain multicast routing support of integrated services networks. The key features of this architecture are a multicast route setup protocol and local route construction agents. Together, these two components enable multicast routing to install alternate paths and pinned routes on behalf of receivers that request these services.

Authors

Deborah Estrin (destrin@isi.edu)
Scott Shenker (shenker@parc.xerox.com)
Robert Braden (braden@isi.edu)
Daniel Zappala (zappala@hepburn.cs.uoregon.edu)

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