Difference between Broadcast and Multicast

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Networking - Explain the difference between Broadcast and Multicast. - June 10, 2009 at 20:00 pm by Vidya Sagar

Explain the difference between Broadcast and Multicast.

Broadcast : Every device on the network will receive the transmitted packets.

Multicast: The data will be delivered to a destinations group simultaneously using most efficient strategy for delivering the messages over a network only once. The copies of the data will be created when the links to the destinations split.

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