Definitions for "Unicast"
When one individual, specific host sends a message to another individual, specific host. See also anycast, broadcast, multicast.
A packet sent to a single endstation on a network.
An address which only one host will recognize. See also: broadcast, multicast. [Source: RFC1983
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Recipients make individual requests to a server. Each request is fulfilled individually so each request takes a chunk of the available bandwidth.
Point-to-point transmission requiring the source to send an individual copy of a message to each requester.
Qualify a communication with only one emitter and only one receiver.
A means of transmitting a message from one station to another; contrast with IP.
In data communications networks, to transmit data from one terminal to another, such as from client to server, or from server to server.
An address that identifies a specific, globally unique host.