• Author : Richard Goh


Introduction to IPv6 Multicast-Routing

Overview IPv6 multicast routing protocols are used to distribute ipv6 datagrams to one or more recipients. IPv6 PIM builds and maintains multicast routing using reverse path forwarding (RPF) based on unicast routing table. IPv6 PIM is protocol-independent and can use routing tables consisting of OSPFv3, IPv6 BGP or static routes, for RPF lookup. MLD is used to discover multicast hosts and maintain group membership on directly attached link. IPv6 multicast-routing has been introduced in the 4.21.0F release and is supported on 7280R and 7500R. Source-specific multicast (SSM) is currently supported on L3 routed port. PIM Sparse Mode In PIM-SM, each...
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