In computer networking, multicast is the delivery of a message or information to a group of destination computers simultaneously in a single transmission from the source. Copies are automatically created in other network elements, such as routers, but only when the topology of the network requires ...

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Using Clonezilla Server Edition with multiple multicast restore operations

I run a computer refurbishing operation for a local non-profit I am a part of. I have been looking into using Clonezilla to do network-based image-restoration. I am very interested in the multicast ...
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How to block all multicast traffic travelling through a Cisco Catalyst 3750

Something changed today. I can't seem to track down what, but one of our 3750s decided that it was going to forward all the multicast traffic it saw from the ghost server across every VLAN it has. ...
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Why does multicasting make the WAN inaccessible?

I'm hesitant to ask this question as I may not be able to perform the diagnostic steps to find out what is up, but: I need to re-image a lab in a school, possibly during school hours. I am using a ...
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What affects multicast rates?

I'm experimenting the Trinity Rescue Kit (TRK) http://trinityhome.org/Home/index.php?wpid=1&front%5Fid=12 and it's ability to clone hard disks to many computers at one time using multicast ...
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Video-on-demand/surveillance server setup

I'm planning to set up a service that would allow people to connect their ip-cameras to and watch video embedded into a website. Scheduled saving and replaying would also be available. What hardware ...
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DVMRP vs PIM-DM multicast protocols

Recently I've started to read RFCs of different multicast standards and came out to the question, which is not totally clear for me. I'm trying to compare DVMRP vs PIM-DM routing protocols in order to ...
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Most resilient form of (private) DNS clustering?

I'm working on a setup with two datacenters linked by a MAN (bridged) and everything is doubled between them, in fail-over mode with RedHat Cluster, DRBD and that kinf of things. I have one DNS ...