RE: RFC 2490 on IP Multicast with RSVP

"Osama Aboul-Magd" <> Sun, 31 January 1999 22:18 UTC

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From: "Osama Aboul-Magd" <>
To: Mark Pullen <>,
Subject: RE: RFC 2490 on IP Multicast with RSVP
Date: Thu, 28 Jan 1999 13:23:57 -0500
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Is there a version of the document where the figures are included.



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		From Wed Jan 27 19:08:17 1999
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		Subject: RFC 2490 on IP Multicast with RSVP
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		A new Request for Comments is now available in online RFC

		        RFC 2490:

		        Title:	    A Simulation Model for IP Multicast with
			Author(s):  M. Pullen, R. Malghan, L. Lavu, G. Duan,
J. Ma,
				    H. Nah
			Status:     Informational
			Date:       January 1999
			Pages:      31
		        Characters: 74936
		        Updates/Obsoletes/See Also: None    
		        I-D Tag:    draft-pullen-ipv4-rsvp-04.txt


		This document describes a detailed model of IPv4 multicast
with RSVP
		that has been developed using the OPNET simulation package
[4], with
		protocol procedures defined in the C language.  The model
		developed to allow investigation of performance constraints
on routing
		but should have wide applicability in the Internet
		reservation community.  We are making this model publicly
		with the intention that it can be used to provide expanded
studies of
		resource-reserved multicasting.

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