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"rajeshbn" <rajeshbn@future.futsoft.com> Thu, 16 October 2003 12:38 UTC

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We have following doubt in the suppress router side processing.

The section 6.6.3 of Rfc3376 states that when a group / group and source
specific query
is sent. The group timer or the source timer should be reduced to LMQT.
Then queries should be scheduled to send [Last member query count -1]
retransmissions. for every [last memeber qeury interval] over LMQT. But for
each source or group which have a timer value of greater than LMQT. the
Suppress router side processing (SRSP) bit should be set.

The doubt is how many times would such messages with SRSP bit set would be
I feel that only one such message would go out, that is the first one. and
all the other queries
retransmitted would be sent out only with SRSP bit clear as their timers
have been reduced to LMQT.

Am I correct in my understanding. Please explain me.

Thanks in advance
rajesh & raja.

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