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Performance Evaluation of DyRAM using NS.

Abstract : Since it is required by many emerging Internet applications, reliable multicast has received significant attention in the networking research community. Scalability to a large number of receivers is one of the key challenges to be met by reliable multicast protocols. We previously proposed a reliable multicast protocol called DyRAM that benefits from the assistance of routers in order to implement its services. In this report, we consider a simulation-based performance evaluation of DyRAM. We mainly compare it to SRM and a native reliable multicast protocol. We show that DyRAM allows for less load in terms of consumed bandwidth on the different multicast nodes and that the different services allows for reducing the repair latency and implosion. We also consider the active routers density and show that increasing the density of active routers allows for better performances. Comparing DyRAM to SRM allows for showing the load balancing feature and scalability of our approach.
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Moufida Maimour. Performance Evaluation of DyRAM using NS.. [Research Report] LIP RR-2004-12, Laboratoire de l'informatique du parallélisme. 2004, 2+16p. ⟨hal-02102000⟩



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