Re: [magma] IGMP/MLD discussion on PIM working-group

Brian Haberman <> Mon, 09 May 2011 13:11 UTC

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     Thanks for mentioning this on the list.  I had a few conversations
with one of the PIM WG co-chairs and several ADs on how to handle this
new IGMP/MLD work that is of interest to PIM.  We decided that since the
work items are reasonably scoped (and small), that it did not warrant
re-opening the MAGMA WG.

     I would encourage people to participate in the PIM WG effort on the
group management protocols in order to ensure that new
features/functions introduced interact well with the existing
specifications and implementations.


On 5/9/11 1:14 AM, Bharat Joshi wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am not sure if people are aware of this. The new charter of PIM
> working-group now includes work on IGMP/MLD protocol as well. So if
> you are interested in these protocols, please subscribe to PIM
> working-group mailing list as well.
> Apologies if you are already on PIM working-group list or are aware
> of this.
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