[ssm] Reliable SSM

Ramakrishnan Venkitaraman <ramakrishnan.venkitaraman@student.utdallas.edu> Thu, 20 February 2003 05:14 UTC

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From: Ramakrishnan Venkitaraman <ramakrishnan.venkitaraman@student.utdallas.edu>
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Dear Sir/Madam,

I am a graduate student and new to the area of multicasting and SSM.

Are there any specific issues related to SSM as far as reliability is 

Is there any specific group thats working on this topic and are there 
any existing protocols that support Reliable SSM?

Thanks a lot for your time.


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