M2MP has been developed to support M2MI applications in a mostly reliable wireless network. Currently, most M2MI/M2MP applications have been developed and tested in a reliable wired network. There has been a requirement to test the M2MP in a real world environment i.e. an unreliable proximal ad-hoc wireless network of mobile devices, where devices are constantly joining and leaving the network. Also, M2MP provides unreliable multicast service. There is a requirement to build and integrate a reliable multicast layer to the M2MP implementation to provide reliable multicast service. This Master s project aims to satisfy the requirements by building a framework to test a reliable M2MP implementation in a simulated unreliable network.
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Saluja, Romi, "Framework for throughput analysis of simple reliable multicast protocol in a M2MP network" (2005). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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