Border Gateway Multicast Protocol
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The Border Gateway Multicast Protocol (BGMP) was an IETF project which attempted to design a true inter-domain multicast routing protocol. BGMP was planned to be able to scale in order to operate in the global Internet.
- Adrian Farrel (2004). The Internet and Its Protocols: A Comparative Approach. Burlington, Massachusetts, USA: Morgan Kaufmann. p. 235.
- RFC 3913: Border Gateway Multicast Protocol] BGMP Protocol Specification. September 2004.
- Border Gateway Multicast Protocol IETF charter
- BGMP (Border-Gateway Multicast Protocol) Homepage
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