Single binding binding an ip unicast address is

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Unformatted text preview: on a single IP network single An IP host group address is dynamically An bound to a set of NICs on a set of IP networks bound Binding Binding An IP unicast address is statically bound to a An single NIC on a single IP network single An IP host group address is dynamically An bound to a set of NICs on a set of IP networks bound An IP host group address is not bound to a set An not of IP unicast addresses of Binding Binding An IP unicast address is statically bound to a An single NIC on a single IP network single An IP host group address is dynamically An bound to a set of NICs on a set of IP networks bound An IP host group address is not bound to a set An not of IP unicast addresses of Multicast routers only need to know the Multicast groups for which there is one member on the subnetwork subnetwork IGMP IGMP The Internet Group Management Protocol is The used by multicast routers to learn the existence of host group members on their directly attached subnets. directly IGMP Messages IGMP To determine if any hosts on a local subnet To belong to a multicast group, one multicast router per subnet periodically sends a hardware (data link layer) IGMP Host Membership Query to all IP end nodes on its LAN, asking them to report back on the host groups memberships of their processes. This query is sent to the all-hosts group (224.0.0.1). (224.0.0.1). IGMP Messages (continued) IGMP IGMP Messages (continued) IGMP To avoid network congestion, each host To delays it’s report by a random interval if it has not seen a report for the same group from another host. As a result, only one report is sent in response for each active group address per subnet, although many hosts may have memberships. hosts IGMP Messages (continued) IGMP IGMP updates are used by multicasting IGMP routers to communicate host group memberships to neighboring routers, propagating group information through the internet. internet. Routing Routing Multicast routers interact with each other to Multicast exchange information ab...
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This note was uploaded on 07/14/2011 for the course COP 4910 taught by Professor Williams during the Summer '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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