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Sebastain Kaune, Matthias Wählisch und Konstantin Pussep
Modeling the Internet Delay Space and its Application in Large Scale P2P Simulation
Klaus Wehrle, Mesut Günes und James Gross (Hrsg.) Modeling and Tools for Network Simulation
Seite 427--446.
Verlag: Springer, Heidelberg
2010
ISBN: 978-3-642-12330-6

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Pengfei Di, Matthias Wählisch und Georg Wittenburg
Modeling the Network Layer and Routing Protocols
Klaus Wehrle, Mesut Günes und James Gross (Hrsg.) Modeling and Tools for Network Simulation
Seite 359--384.
Verlag: Springer, Heidelberg
2010
ISBN: 978-3-642-12330-6

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Matthias Wählisch und Thomas C. Schmidt
Multicast Routing in Structured Overlays and Hybrid Networks
Xuemin Shen, Heather Yu, John Buford und Mursalin Akon (Hrsg.) Handbook of Peer-to-Peer Networking
Seite 897--932.
Verlag: Springer, New York Heidelberg
2010

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Zusammenfassung: Key-based routing has enabled efficient group communication on the application or service middleware layer, stimulated by the need of applications to access multicast. These developments follow a continuous debate about network layer multicast that had lasted for about 30 years history of the Internet. The IP host group model today still faces a strongly divergent state of deployment. In this chapter, we first review the key concepts of multicast and broadcast data distribution on structured overlays. Second, we perform a comprehensive theoretical analysis examining the different distribution trees constructed on top of a key-based routing layer. Characteristic performance measures of the multicast approaches are compared in detail and major structural differences are identified. Overlay multicast overcomes deployment problems on the price of a performance penalty. Hybrid approaches, which dynamically combine multicast in overlay and underlay, adaptively optimize group communication. We discuss current schemes along with its integration in common multicast routing protocols in the third part of this chapter. Finally, we reconsider and enhance approaches to a common API for group communication, which serves the requirements of data distribution and maintenance for multicast and broadcast on a middleware abstraction layer, and in particular facilitates hybrid multicast schemes.

Technische Berichte:

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Thomas C. Schmidt, Matthias Wählisch, Markus de Brün und Thomas Häberlen
Ein Routing-Atlas für die strukturelle und visuelle Exposition des deutschen Internets
HAW Hamburg,
2010

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John Buford, Mario Kolberg, Thomas C. Schmidt und Matthias Wählisch
Application Layer Multicast Extensions to RELOAD
IRTF Internet Draft -- work in progress
Dokument Nummer: 01
individual,
2010

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Zusammenfassung: We describe protocol and API extensions to P2P-SIP for constructing SAM sessions using hybrid combinations of Application Layer Multicast, native multicast, and multicast tunnels. We use the AMT relay and gateway elements for interoperation between native regions and ALM regions. The baseline architecture allows different overlay algorithms and different ALM control algorithms to be used.

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Thomas C. Schmidt, Matthias Wählisch und Godred Fairhurst
Multicast Mobility in Mobile IP Version 6 (MIPv6): Problem Statement and Brief Survey
RFC
Dokument Nummer: 5757
IRTF,
2010

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Zusammenfassung: This document discusses current mobility extensions to IP-layer multicast. It describes problems arising from mobile group communication in general, the case of multicast listener mobility, and problems for mobile senders using Any Source Multicast and Source-Specific Multicast. Characteristic aspects of multicast routing and deployment issues for fixed IPv6 networks are summarized. Specific properties and interplays with the underlying network access are surveyed with respect to the relevant technologies in the wireless domain. It outlines the principal approaches to multicast mobility, together with a comprehensive exploration of the mobile multicast problem and solution space. This document concludes with a conceptual road map for initial steps in standardization for use by future mobile multicast protocol designers. This document is a product of the IP Mobility Optimizations (MobOpts) Research Group.

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Thomas C. Schmidt, Matthias Waehlisch und Suresh Krishnan
Base Deployment for Multicast Listener Support in PMIPv6 Domains
IETF Internet Draft -- work in progress
Dokument Nummer: 07
IETF,
2010

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Zusammenfassung: This document describes deployment options for activating multicast listener functions in Proxy Mobile IPv6 domains without modifying mobility and multicast protocol standards. Similar to Home Agents in Mobile IPv6, Local Mobility Anchors of Proxy Mobile IPv6 serve as multicast subscription anchor points, while Mobile Access Gateways provide MLD proxy functions. In this scenario, Mobile Nodes remain agnostic of multicast mobility operations. A support for mobile multicast senders is outside the scope of this document.

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Thomas C. Schmidt, Matthias Waehlisch und Suresh Krishnan
A Minimal Deployment Option for Multicast Listeners in PMIPv6 Domains
IETF Internet Draft -- work in progress
Dokument Nummer: 04
individual,
2010

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Zusammenfassung: This document describes deployment options for activating multicast listener functions in Proxy Mobile IPv6 domains without modifying mobility and multicast protocol standards. Similar to Home Agents in Mobile IPv6, PMIPv6 Local Mobility Anchors serve as multicast subscription anchor points, while Mobile Access Gateways provide MLD proxy functions. In this scenario, Mobile Nodes remain agnostic of multicast mobility operations.

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