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answered Windows XP TCP halts after burst on ZMQ channel
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Feb
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accepted Can a TCP/IP be efficiently multicast among clients without UDP
Feb
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comment Can a TCP/IP be efficiently multicast among clients without UDP
The requirement for reliability. If a TCP packet is lost the protocol will automatically request a resend. With UDP we detect lost packets through a sequence number and depending on the client either fill the missing section with a generated data block or flag the missing data and carry on.
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revised Can a TCP/IP be efficiently multicast among clients without UDP
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