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Which notation is used to refer to the forwarding state in PIM shared trees?

  • (*,G)
  • (S,G)
  • (G,S)
  • (*,S)
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In a shared tree uses a rendezvous point (RP) as the tree root instead of the multicast source. Multicast traffic is forwarded down the shared tree to the group address (G). For this reason the forwarding state is referred to as (*,G).

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