Routing from scratch… Part 1

The person in A wants to join its colleagues in location B through the network topology described in the below figure. This person needs to go back home at the evening!

” This person needs to go back home at the evening! ” means that there’s a one way in return route to and from its office. We could have broadcast, unicast in one direction, unidirectionally, or multicast…

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Multicast routing: a step by step… Part 1

In the above test lab, Servers send multicast trafic to both clients.

In IPv4, multicasting servers uses class D range of addresses: 224.0.0.0-239.255.255.255. Some addresses are well known and others for specific use…

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