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International Journal of Computer Network and Information Security(IJCNIS)

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IJCNIS Vol.3, No.1, Feb. 2011

A WMPLS Based Multicast Mechanism in Mobile Ad hoc Network

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Author(s)

Li Mengyang,Duan Yunna,Zhang Chunfei

Index Terms

WMPLS, multicast, label switching, Mobile Ad hoc network

Abstract

Merging MPLS into multicast routing protocol in Mobile Ad hoc network is an elegant method to enhance the network performance and an efficient solution for multicast scalability and control overhead problems. Based on the Wireless MPLS technology, the mechanism and evaluation of a new multicast protocol, the Label Switching Multicast Routing Protocol (LSMRP) is presented in this paper.

Cite This Paper

Li Mengyang,Duan Yunna,Zhang Chunfei,"A WMPLS Based Multicast Mechanism in Mobile Ad hoc Network", IJCNIS, vol.3, no.1, pp.40-46, 2011.

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