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Performance of Multirate Multicast in Distributed Network

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The number of Internet users has increased very rapidly due to the scalability of the network. The users demand for higher bandwidth and better throughput in the case of on demand video, or video conference or any real time distributed network system. Performance is a great issue in any distributed networks. In this paper we have shown the performance of the multicast groups or clusters in the distributed network system. In this paper we have shown the performance of different users or receivers belongs to the multicast group or cluster in the distributed network, transfer data from the source node with multirate multicast or unirate multicast by considering packet level forwarding procedure in different sessions. In this work we have shown that how the throughput was effected when the number of receiver increase. In this work we have considered the different types of queue such as RED, Fair queue at the junction node for maintaining the end to end packet transmission. In this work we have used various congestion control protocol at the sender nodes. This paper we have shown the performance of the distributed cluster network by multirate multicast.

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S. Kanrar and M. Siraj, "Performance of Multirate Multicast in Distributed Network," International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences, Vol. 3 No. 6, 2010, pp. 554-562. doi: 10.4236/ijcns.2010.36074.

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