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The data-driven multicast routing paradigm works best on local networks that have low delay and excess capacity, while the demand driven paradigm

The data-driven multicast routing paradigm works best on local networks that have low delay
and excess capacity, while the demand driven paradigm works best in a wide are environment
that has limited capacity and higher delay. Does it make sense to devise a single protocol that
combines the tow schemes? Why or why not? (Hint: investigate MOSPF)
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