Performance of a shared tree multicast label filter architecture
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Curtin – Faculties - Curtin Business School - The Digital Ecosystems and Business Intelligence Institute (DEBII)
This paper defines a new multicast filter algorithm. This algorithm is used to filter packets on a mobile multicast architecture using a multicast shared tree. In a mobile multicast architecture, communications between a corresponding node (source) and the mobile node (receiver) should be private and not be sent to every node (receivers) on the multicast tree. We propose using an algorithm that sets up a label sub-tree on an existing mobile multicast shared tree to filter packets based on these labels. Our proposed label filter architecture is implemented differently to the current MPLS architecture. In this paper, we validate the effectiveness of the label filter in mobile communication compared to the traditional method of creating a new multicast tree by analysing the message and time complexity of the algorithm against the setting up time of a new multicast shared tree.
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