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Title : RTCP Extension for Source Specific Multicast Sessions
Author(s) : J. Chesterfield
Filename : draft-chesterfield-avt-rtcpssm-00.txt
Date : 27-Feb-01
This document specifies a modification to the Real-time Transport
Control Protocol to enable the continued operation of RTP/RTCP in
Source Specific Multicast (SSM) sessions where the traditional model
of Internet Standard Multicast (ISM) group communication does not
apply. This specification extends RFC 1889, section 6 which defines
the RTP session group control channel. It modifies this functionality
to enable continued operation of RTCP in a Source Specific Multicast
Session where there is no bi-directional communication between all
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