Windows 98 and ms-dos programs can exchange data across the internet
by using a bunch of protocols like ethernet, arp, ip and udp.
Which extra protocols would be needed to allow udp multicast for
Documentation and other people have told me that a sender can send udp
packets to a multicast group without any extra protocols.
But a receiver should join a multicast group before it can receive
Using a sniffer it seems that windows 98 supports and uses the
Internet Group-Membership Protocol (IGMP).
So I assume ms-dos will need IGMP as well, are there any other
protocols that are needed to allow a ms-dos program to receive udp
multicast traffic ?
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