Ramp: A Reliable Adaptive Multicast Protocol

@inproceedings{Koifman1996RampAR,
  title={Ramp: A Reliable Adaptive Multicast Protocol},
  author={Alex Koifman and Stephen Zabele},
  booktitle={INFOCOM},
  year={1996}
}
The specifications and performance of RAMP, a Reliable Adaptive Multicast Protocol, are presented. Initially described in IETF RFC 1458 (Ref.1), RAMP has been enhanced for use over an all-optical, circuit-switched, gigabit network under our ARPA-sponsored Testbed for Optical NEtworking (TBONE) project. RAMP uses immediate, receiver-initiated, NAK-based, unicast error notification combined with originator based unicast retransmission. The approach is motivated by the loss characteristics of the… CONTINUE READING
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