The Ordered Core Based Tree Protocol
CALIFORNIA UNIV SANTA CRUZ DEPT OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING
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This paper presents a new protocol, the Ordered Core Based Tree OCBT protocol, which remedies several shortcomings of the Core Based Tree CBT multicast protocol. We show that the CBT protocol can form loops during periods of routing instability, and that it can consistently fail to build a connected multicast tree, even when the underlying routing is stable. The OCBT protocol provably eliminates these deficiencies and reduces the latency of tree repair following a link or core failure. OCBT also improves scalability by allowing flexible placement of the cores that serve as points of connection to a multicast tree. Simulation results show that the amount of control traffic in OCBT is comparable to that in CBT.
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