INTERDOMAIN MULTICAST ROUTING JUNIPER PDF

Luiz Rodrigo Santos de Souza flag Denunciar. Edwards, Leonard A. Giuliano, Brian R. Soon the Internet will provide multicast connectivity between any two points on the Internet the way it provides for unicast traffic today.

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Luiz Rodrigo Santos de Souza flag Denunciar. Edwards, Leonard A. Giuliano, Brian R. Soon the Internet will provide multicast connectivity between any two points on the Internet the way it provides for unicast traffic today. Long-evolving protocols are reaching maturity, and enterprise networks and ISPs around the world are ramping up their multicast infrastructure. Now, more than ever, network engineers must be ready to deal with new applications that capitalize on the simultaneous, efficient delivery of data and imagery to multiple recipients.

Interdomain Multicast Routing is the key to unlocking the complexities of this growing technology. Starting with a summary of the technology and its relevant protocols, this book shows readers the big picture before revealing a detailed analysis of important protocols and the way they work with one another. Throughout, the authors focus on both Cisco Systems and Juniper Networks technology--the two leading vendors of routers and routing technology. Real-life examples are used to clearly illustrate key concepts.

Interdomain Multicast Fundamentals Section 1. What Is Multicast? Section 1. Internetworking Basics Section 1. Multicast Basics Section 1. Interdomain Multicast Routing Section 1. Where Is Multicast? Multicast on the LAN Section 1. Addressing Issues Section 1. Applications Section 1. Multicast Performance in Routers Section 1. Disclaimers and Fine Print Section 1. Why Multicast? Chapter 2. IMR Overview Section 2. Generating Multicast Traffic Section 2. Detecting Multicast Sources Section 2.

Multicast Routing Protocols Section 3. Sparse Protocols Section 3. Sparse-Dense Mode Chapter 4. Specifications Section 4. PIM Versions Section 4. Group-to-RP Mapping Section 4. Anycast RP Section 4. Distribution Tree Construction and Teardown Section 4. Designated Routers and Hello Messages Section 4. Multicast Scoping Chapter 5. Introduction Section 5. Mesh Groups Section 5. Introduction Section 6. Overview Section 7. Customer Router Configurations Section Management Tools for Multicast Networks Section The mtrace Facility Section Other Related Topics Section Edwards Leonard A.

Giuliano Brian R. Where those designations appear in this book, and Addison-Wesley, Inc. The authors and publisher have taken care in the preparation of this book, but they make no expressed or implied warranty of any kind and assume no responsibility for errors or omissions. No liability is assumed for incidental or consequential damages in connection with or arising out of the use of the information or programs contained herein. The publisher offers discounts on this book when ordered in quantity for special sales.

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It recommends the use of Source-Specific Multicast SSM for interdomain multicast applications, and that hosts and routers that are expected to handle such applications fully support SSM. The recommendations in this document do not preclude the continued use of ASM within a single organisation or domain, and are especially easy to adopt when already using the preferred ASM protocol options there PIM-SM. Note that other groups may also distribute working documents as Internet-Drafts. Internet-Drafts are draft documents valid for a maximum of six months and may be updated, replaced, or obsoleted by other documents at any time. It is inappropriate to use Internet-Drafts as reference material or to cite them other than as "work in progress. All rights reserved.

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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 today. Long-evolving protocols are reaching maturity, and enterprise networks and ISPs around the world are ramping up their multicast infrastructure. Now, more than ever, network engineers must be ready to deal with new applications that capitalize on the simultaneous, efficient delivery of data and imagery to multiple recipients. Interdomain Multicast Routing is the key to unlocking the complexities of this growing technology.

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