DARPA Multicast Support for Multimedia
The 1996-1997 Work is on
Mechanisms for Supporting and Utilising Internet Multicast Multimedia
are available plus plans for
all together, until middle of
first half year.
second half year.
first quarter of 97
second quarter of 97
poster for 99
mid 98/99 poster
98 quad poster
97 quad poster
Technical Work Reports
participants, with our own VC (1.5Mbps from UCL CS to US).
1998-1999 CAIRN Exerimental plans
2nd draft report about altq/cbq on cairn
which updates a previous
tuning info for altq
RP Addressed Multicast Architecture
diff-serv deployment ietf work
A report on
A QoS Multicast Routing protocol,
We have integrated a twelve-country Mbone running over the European
We have developed a new audio conferencing tool called
Our multimedia server now provides basic
multicast recording and playback
We have written
, a session directory tool for the Mbone.
We have also written
network text editor
, a scalable multicast-based shared text editor for use in Mbone conferences.
PGM Implementation Report
, with support from
in the form of router loan.
Other recent pieces of work include:
Group Communciations Survey
a VR TP
a reliable bulk txfer protocol
congestion avoidance for a reliable multicast
self organising transcoders
diff serve va mul tcp
CRAM: Cell Re-Labelling for ATM Multicast: IP style multicast for ATM
simulation of CRAM
CBT multicast routing protocol
group meeting in memphis in April 1997, and are hosting the meeting in July 1998.
And we had a couple of retreats in the project:
multimedia retreat #1, 8/8/97
recently, and helped with another
multimedia retreat #2, 14/11/97
If you are interested in
, Peter Kirstein has written a 25th anniversary article.
We also help coordinate the
Active Networking Program.