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The address field inside the pocket identifies the desired recipient. After getting the pocket, the machine checks
Address field. If the pocket receiver is designed for a machine, that machine activates the pocket; if
The pocket is designed for another machine, it is simply ignored.
An analogy stands at the end of a hall with several rooms. “Watson,
Come here Although the pocket was actually received by many (heard), only Watson
gives the answer. Others ignore it. Another similarity is the airport’s announcement that 644 asks all passengers
Report to Gate 12 for immediate boarding.
allow the possibility to respond to a packet everywhere
Special code in the address field. When a packet containing this code is sent, it is retrieved and processed
to a machine on the network.
This mode of operation is called broadcast. some broadcast systems
Supports transmission across a subset of machines, called multicasting. a possible way
Assign a section to indicate diversification. The remaining n-1 bit addresses can contain group numbers. each
The machine can “subscribe” to any or all of the groups. When a Pocket is sent to a specific group, it can be delivered to all Membership machine for that group.
In contrast, many point-to-point networks c
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