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I-D ACTION:draft-vijay-manet-mzr-01.txt

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	Title		: MZR: A Multicast protocol for Mobile Ad Hoc networks
	Author(s)	: V. Devarapalli, A. Selcuk, D. Sidhu
	Filename	: draft-vijay-manet-mzr-01.txt
	Pages		: 19
	Date		: 23-Jul-01
This document proposes a multicast protocol for Mobile Ad Hoc networks,
called the Multicast routing protocol based on Zone Routing (MZR). MZR
is a source-initiated on-demand protocol, in which a multicast delivery
tree is created using a concept based on the zone routing mechanism.
It belongs to the family of source-tree-based protocols, in which a
delivery tree rooted at the source is created for each active multicast
session.  MZR does not depend on any underlying unicast protocol for a
global routing substructure.  The protocol's reaction to topological
changes is restricted to a node's neighborhood and is not propagated
throughout the network.

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