IP Multicast, Volume II

Advanced Multicast Concepts and Large-Scale Multicast Design

; Raymond Blair ; Arvind Durai

Design, operate, and troubleshoot advanced Cisco IP multicast in enterprise, data center, and service provider networks




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Design, operate, and troubleshoot advanced Cisco IP multicast in enterprise, data center, and service provider networks




IP Multicast, Volume II thoroughly covers advanced IP multicast designs and protocols specific to Cisco routers and switches. It offers a pragmatic discussion of common features, deployment models, and field practices for advanced Cisco IP multicast networks, culminating with commands and methodologies for implementation and advanced troubleshooting.




After fully discussing inter-domain routing and Internet multicast, the authors thoroughly explain multicast scalability, transport diversification, and multicast MPLS VPNs. They share in-depth insights into multicast for the data center, a full chapter of best-practice design solutions, and a start-to-finish troubleshooting methodology designed for complex environments.




Reflecting the authors’ extensive experience with service provider and enterprise networks, IP Multicast, Volume II will be indispensable to IP multicast engineers, architects, operations technicians, consultants, security professionals, and collaboration specialists. Network managers and administrators will find its case studies and feature explanations especially valuable.






Understand the fundamental requirements for inter-domain multicast
Design control planes for identifying source and receiver, as well as the downstream control plane
Support multicast transport where cloud service providers don’t support native multicast
Use multicast VPNs to logically separate traffic on the same physical infrastructure
Explore the unique nuances of multicast in the data center
Implement Virtual Port Channel (vPC), Virtual Extensible LAN (VXLAN), and Cisco’s Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI)
Design multicast solutions for specific industries or applications
Walk through examples of best-practice multicast deployments
Master an advanced methodology for troubleshooting large IP multicast networks

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Who Cares About Multicast?
2. What is Multicast?
3. Basic Multicast at Layer 2
4. Basic Multicast at Layer 3
5. How Routers View Group Membership
6. Seeing the Forest through the Trees
7. Multicast Routing and Forwarding
8. Multicast Domains and Inter-Domain Routing
9. Wireless Multicast Forwarding
10. Advanced Enterprise Concepts
11. Putting it All Together Enterprise Case Studies
12. Inter-AS Multicast Forwarding
13. mVPN and mVRF
14. Transporting mVPNs Through the Cloud
15. Advanced Provider Concepts
16. Putting it All Together Provider Design
Appendix A. Additional Case Studies
Appendix B. Additional Resources

Om forfatteren

Josh Loveless, CCIE No. 16638, is a systems engineering manager for Cisco Systems. He has been with Cisco since 2012, providing architecture and support services for tier 1 service providers as well as for many of Cisco’s largest enterprise customers, specializing in large-scale routing and switching designs. Prior to joining Cisco, he spent 15 years working for large service providers and enterprises as both an engineer and an architect, as well as providing training and architecture services to some of Cisco’s trusted partners. Josh maintains two CCIE certifications, Routing and Switching and Service Provider.




Ray Blair, CCIE No. 7050, is a distinguished systems engineer and has been with Cisco Systems since 1999. He uses his years of experience to align technology solutions with business needs to ensure customer success. Ray started his career in 1988, designing industrial monitoring and communication systems. Since that time, he has been involved with server/database administration and the design, implementation, and management of networks that included networking technologies from ATM to ZMODEM. He maintains three CCIE certifications in Routing and Switching, Security, and Service Provider (No. 7050), and he is also a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and a Certified Business Architect (No. 00298). Ray is coauthor of three Cisco Press books, Cisco Secure Firewall Services Module, Tcl Scripting for Cisco IOS, and IP Multicast, Volume 1. He speaks at many industry events and is a Cisco Live distinguished speaker.




Arvind Durai, CCIE No. 7016, is a director of solution integration for Cisco Advanced Services. Arvind is a chief architect for advanced services for the West Enterprise Region, an organization of around 100 consultants focused on customer success for approximately 150 enterprise accounts. Over the past 18 years, Arvind has been responsible for supporting major Cisco customers in the enterprise sector, including financial, retail, manufacturing, e-commerce, state government, utility, and health care sectors. Some of his focuses have been on security, multicast, network virtualization, data center enterprise cloud adoption, automation, and software-defined infrastructure, and he has authored several white papers on various technologies. He has been involved in multicast designs for several enterprise customers in different verticals. He is also one of the contributors to the framework for the Advanced Services Multicast Audit tool, which helps customers assess their operational multicast network to industry best practices. Arvind maintains two CCIE certifications, Routing and Switching and Security, and also is a Certified Business Architect. He holds a bachelor of science degree in electronics and communication, a master’s degree in electrical engineering, and a master’s degree in business administration. He has coauthored four Cisco Press books: Cisco Secure Firewall Services Module, Virtual Routing in the Cloud, Tcl Scripting for Cisco IOS, and IP Multicast:, Volume 1. He has also coauthored IEEE WAN smart grid architecture and presented in many industry forums, such as IEEE and Cisco Live.