Which difference should be considered when intradomain or interdomain multicast routing is implemented?

By | November 23, 2022

  • A. Interdomain multicast routing relies on PIM-DM, and intradomain multicast routing relies on PIM-SM
  • B. Interdomain multicast routing uses BIDR-PIM to establish neighbor relationships between AS, and intradomain multicast routing uses MSDP
  • C. A network uses intradomain multicast routing without interdomain routing, but networks that use interdomain multicast routing must also apply intradomain routing
  • D. Interdomain multicast routing requires an IS-IS or OSPF neighbor relationship between the domains, but intradomain multicast routing requires only BGP
Answer: Option C.
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