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broadcast traffic

In a network, broadcast traffic is a message that is sent out to every node on the network or a portion of the network (LAN segment). See broadcast.
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To forward BACnet device broadcast traffic, the BBMD on a campus IP subnet must know the IP addresses of one BBMD in each IP subnet that contains a BACnet network deployed across the campus and send unicast IP packets directly to them across the campus backbone network that interconnects the subnets.
All nodes conduct the duty-cycling and the sender generates broadcast traffic every 5 seconds periodically.
One of the primary benefits of VLAN's is that LAN switches (by creating VLAN's) can be used to effectively contain broadcast traffic and manage traffic flows.
The company, which also has operations in Boston and Stockholm, sells its thermal imaging and broadcast camera systems to commercial and government clients for uses including broadcast traffic reports, search and rescue, and ground-based security.
We all know about the broadcast traffic services, which intelligently and efficiently permit radio and TX/stations to share resources in reporting on rush-hour traffic.
These stations will allow local governments to broadcast traffic reports and vital public health and safety information.
This includes a protocol-filtering feature, which automatically controls broadcast traffic on a port-by-port basis.
End stations are grouped into virtual LANs, controlling the spread of broadcast traffic and increasing overall network efficiency.
In 1995, WorldSpace signed a turnkey contract with Alcatel Espace, France, to supply the Space Segment (three satellites in orbit and their associated ground control system), and the Mission Segment (management of the broadcast traffic).
The program, run by CVS' advertising group, is tied in to media stations on which CVS Samaritans broadcast traffic reports.
(The topic of BBMDs and managing broadcast traffic over a campus network will be covered in more detail in Part II of this article.)

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