[ssm] draft-holbrook-idmr-igmpv3-04.txt is available

Hugh Holbrook <holbrook@cisco.com> Sun, 02 March 2003 10:19 UTC

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I just submitted a new revision of the SSM-with-IGMPv3/MLDv2 document
to the ID archives.  Until it shows up, you can retrieve it at


This is a magma working group document.  It's feeling pretty final to
me, and I expect this document to be going through a working group
last call shortly.  Comments appreciated.


The major changes in the -04 version:

 Updated to reflect ID-nits.  Rewrote Abstract, added Security
 Considerations, IPR, and Copyright statements.  Clarified the notion
 of an "SSM-aware" host as being a host with an address range
 configuration option.  Clarified that CHANGE_TO_INCLUDE_MODE may be
 sent when the address range configuration changes.  Eliminated the
 mention of the option to ignore older version queriers -- this
 conflicts the IGMPv3 spec and creates a bunch of bad scenarios for
 ASM.  Updated and split references to normative/informative.
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