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Source Filtering in IP Multicast Routing
IEEE transactions on broadcasting
IP multicasting is an efficient group communication mechanism. It avoids transmitting packets from a sender to each of the receivers separately. Under the current IP multicast model, once having joined a group, the host will receive all data destined to the group from any source, irrespective of whether it wishes to receive them. This paper studies source filtering (SF) in IP multicasting. Source filtering allows individual hosts to specify the reception of packets sent to a multicast groupdoi:10.1109/tbc.2006.884731 fatcat:jsmkz55etfgk5ib7vmhozi6sz4