Multicast Internet Protocol
In this paper, we first review the existing IPv4 based multicast protocols and identify their shortcomings. We then proposed a new multicast protocol, called Multicast Internet Protocol (MIP), which is both scalable and flexible. The design principle of MIP is fundamentally different from the existing IPv4 based multicast protocols. The issues related to MIP routing and implementations are also studied in this paper.
Information Security and Trust
WANG, X.; DENG, Robert H.; and Bao, Feng.
Multicast Internet Protocol. (2000). Computer Communications. 23, (11), 1047-1054. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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