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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unicast.


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  • OTV uses a control plane protocol to proactively propagate MAC address reachability before traffic is allowed to pass, which eliminates dependency on flooding mechanism to either learn MAC addresses or forward unknown unicasts.

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  • Both Cisco and rival Aruba Networks convert the original video multicast into separate but multiple unicasts to improve bandwidth efficiency.

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  • The access points convert the multicast transmission into multiple, separate unicasts.

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  • It uses cell channels not dedicated frequencies like MediaFLO, but unicasts (to individuals) rather that multicasts (to multiple parties).


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