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5.3.10 Multicast Routing Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
5.3.10 Multicast Routing

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5.3.10 Multicast Routing

5.3.10 Multicast Routing

An IP router SHOULD support forwarding of IP multicast packets, based either on static multicast routes or on routes dynamically determined by a multicast routing protocol (e.g., DVMRP [ROUTE:9]). A router that forwards IP multicast packets is called a multicast router.

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