[Spread-users] spread without multicast

Chetan Gadgil cgadgil_list at cxoindia.dnsalias.com
Wed Dec 24 23:42:44 EST 2003

I am not quite sure what you mean, but here's what I know:

1) A "multicast" depends on the number of members in a group. Thus
sending a message to a group with only one member would be a unicast.
Sending it to a group without any members would be a "cast-away"? (sorry
for the bad joke :-))

2) When you connect, spread assigns you a private group. This can be
used to achieve one-on-one communication.


> -----Original Message-----
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> Orit Wasserman
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> Subject: [Spread-users] spread without multicast
> Hi !
> Can I use spread with using multicast ?
> Orit Wasserman.
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