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Bandwidth is infinite and we never need to worry about congestion, slowness, and packet drops, right? Of course, the answer to this is “no”. Networks transport many different kinds of data, and the different types may need to be handled in different ways to provide the best user experience during times of congestion. When IContinue reading “ENCOR Journey Series – Quality of Service”
In the last post, we covered the background of multicast. What it is, and why it’s leveraged in networks. In this article, we will dig deeper into multicast operation and routing. When we think in terms of unicast, we think about delivering data toward the destination. We have a destination IP address that belongs toContinue reading “ENCOR Journey Series – Multicast Operation”
Unless otherwise specified, I think it is easy to go into a routing scenario or situation assuming that the traffic flows are unicast. What do I mean by this? Unicast traffic flows are what I will call the “typical” end user type communications in a network. One device needs to talk to another device. TheContinue reading “ENCOR Journey – Multicast Background”