[pim] Cross post since it may interest fabric/multicast people to join next weeks' discussion

Tony Przygienda <tonysietf@gmail.com> Thu, 07 February 2019 18:04 UTC

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Subject: [pim] Cross post since it may interest fabric/multicast people to join next weeks' discussion
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Cross-post to other groups given today's RIFT discussion:

Despite my long resistance to introduce native multicast into RIFT based on
M-OSPF scar tissue ;-) it seems it falls out almost naturally along the
lines of RPL after having pushed on it today with Pascal. We would end up
with a single (*,*) tree in the top of fabric and the prunning happens
naturally when packets go southbound. We could even mix multicast capable
and non-capable nodes easily. *Well, I encourage e'one interested in
multicast, especially on fabrics to join next week discussion to
influence/double-check the upcoming solution.*

Today's recording:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/03bxldg5xu6zkos/AABRjx-gNba0OagXOMDftAb-a?dl=0

Multicast discussion starts late, scroll forward to 00:52:09 basically

thanks

-- tony