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I-D ACTION:draft-hayashi-igap-01.txt

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	Title		: IGMP for user Authentication Protocol (IGAP)
	Author(s)	: T. Hayashi et al.
	Filename	: draft-hayashi-igap-01.txt
	Pages		: 24
	Date		: 2003-3-7
This memo documents the IGMP for user Authentication Protocol (IGAP),
a protocol developed by NTT, Nortel Networks and Panasonic. IGAP
extends the existing IGMPv2 protocol to add user authentication
functionality, accounting functionality and status notification
functionality. IGAP is only used in IPv4 environment. In a controlled
or managed multicast environment, IGAP can be used to replace IGMP
for group membership communication between hosts and their associated
first hop routers. The user authentication information in IGAP can
enable a provider to control the distribution of the multicast
traffic as well as collecting real time user accounting information
in an environment where the last hop access networks are not shared.

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