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[2013-2016] : [SG11] : [Q9/11]

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Work item: X.mp2p-msomp
Status: [Carried to next study period]
Approval process: AAP
Type of work item: Recommendation
Version: New
Provisional name: -
Equivalent number: -
Timing: -
Liaison: ITU-T SG 13, SG 16, SG 17, ISO/IEC JTC1/SC6
Subject/title: Managed P2P communications: Multimedia streaming overlay management protocol
Summary: P2P(peer-to-peer) networking is an effective solution for distributing contents to large numbers of receivers at the same time, since the performance of P2P networking can be proportionally increased with the number of peers, and it is cost effective methods for contents delivery services. ITU-T Q9/11 has been developing a series of Recommendations for managed P2P infrastructure such as X.609, X.609.1 and X.609.2, and also developing Recommendations on protocols for multimedia streaming services including X.mp2p-mssr "Managed P2P communications: Multimedia streaming signalling requirements" and X.mp2p-mspp "Managed P2P communications: Peer protocol". In addition to these protocols, overlay management protocol is required to manipulate overlay networks for the multimedia streaming service. The proposed protocol will be used for managing multimedia streaming overlay network, which includes creation/modification/removal of overlay network and join/leave of peers. This protocol also uses information acquired from other managed peer-to-peer components defined in X.609 for better performances and stabilities. This Recommendation describes protocol elements, protocol messages and its parameters, and related behaviors of peers for providing multimedia streaming services over managed P2P architecture
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Changkyu Lee, Editor
Hyun Wook, Editor
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