NETRAWALM: Network Based Resource Aware Application Layer Multicast for Multiparty Video Conference
IP Multicast is one of the most absolute methods for large bandwidth Internet applications such as video conference, IPTV, E-Learning and Telemedicine etc., but due to security and management reason IP Multicast is not enabled in Internet backbone routers. To achieve these challenges, lot of Application Layer Multicast (ALM) has been proposed. All the existing protocols such as NICE, ZIGZAG and OMNI are trying to reduce average delay by forming a Multicast tree. But still that problem has not been addressed fully. the authors are proposing a new protocol called NetRawALM, which will address the average delay, Reliability between nodes, Scalability of conference, Heterogeneity and resilient data distribution for real time multimedia applications by constructing the Network based Resource aware Multicast tree algorithm.