Re: ISDN

traino (traino@realm.net)
Sun, 9 Jul 1995 15:37:09 -0700 (PDT)


What do you mean by multicast alternatives? Thanks for responding to my
last question :)

On Fri, 7 Jul 1995, John D. Lauer wrote:

> If you are sending out an 80 kbps video/audio stream to 10 lurkers, you need
> 80 x 10 = 800 kbps of bandwidth. Remember, a reflector to a cu-seeme client
> is unicast, meaning it must send the data to each person in a separate
> packet. You might want to look into multicast alternatives where you send
> the stream once to all clients.
>
> At 09:26 AM 7/7/95 -0700, traino wrote:
> >
> >Can a reflector be run at 128Kbps if I am broadcasting one video feed to
> >say 10 lurkers who are "not" sending video? I have been told I cannot -
> >is this true? And if so, what is the "minimum" connection speed I could
> >get away with?
> >
> >
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