Being the transmission of messages to a single destination host on a packet switching network.(adjective)
To transmit in this manner.(verb)
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Use "unicast" in a sentence
"This ability to make multiple copies of a packet is called multicast, and it occupies territory between broadcasts, which go to everyone, and regular communications called unicast, which go to only one recipient."
"Broadcast network: one to all - Multicast network: one to many - Point-to-point (also called unicast) network: one to one 12"
"This mechanism is known as unicast flood protection."