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IP Multicasting

IP multicasting is used to provide efficient multicast services to clients that may not be located on the same network segment. Windows Sockets applications can join a multicast group to participate in a wide-area conference, for instance. Windows 2000 is level-2 (send and receive) compliant with RFC 1112. IGMP is the protocol used to manage IP multicasting, which is described later in this document.

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