[ssm] A

Hoerdt Mickael <hoerdt@clarinet.u-strasbg.fr> Wed, 17 November 2004 15:16 UTC

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Tim Chown a écrit :

>On Wed, Nov 17, 2004 at 09:28:06AM -0500, Marshall Eubanks wrote:
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>>As far as I know, the users of SSM are a set of measure zero.
>>
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That's quite logical : SSM is 5 years old (counting from the first 1999 
Express SIGCOMM paper) compared with ASM which is almost 20 years old 
(counting from the first SIGCOMM
host group model definition from Deering in 1985). But SSM could grow 
faster, as it rely on the same routing routing architecture than ASM ;)

For information, at the time of writing, linux is the only operating 
system supporting IPv4/IPv6 SSM
natively (first patch starting from 21 may 2003 are now included in the 
main kernel).

Hoerdt Mickaël

>>However, from time to time there are tests.
>>
>>Compare
>>http://netflow.internet2.edu/weekly/longit/ssm-octets.png
>>with 
>>http://netflow.internet2.edu/weekly/longit/multicast-octets.png
>>
>>Pay attention to the scales on the Y axes.
>>
>>I would love to hear of assertions that disprove the above.
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>We're using IPv6 SSM, as are a number of academic sites in Europe, currently
>with the Mad-Flute reliable multicast file transfer protocol, but also
>for some streaming.
>
>This is not commercial, but we have commercial interest in pilots.
>
>Tim
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