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to bring to public notice or make known publicly

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With transmission demand increasing, the probability of broadcast storms may sharply rise.
Generally, these protocols address the two key problems, that is, the broadcast storm [8-12] and the network partitions [13, 14].
The broadcast storm problem is a serious issue in a MANET.
The broadcast storm problem in MANET, Wireless Networks, 8, Kluwer Academic Publishers.
It also reduces significantly broadcast storms and thus avoids collisions.
It uses chase packets to optimise the route request by reducing the redundancy of the route request in an effort to alleviate the broadcast storm problem.
Features include advanced IP Port/DSCP or 802.1 p-based QoS with rate limiting; WRR; VLAN tagging; broadcast storm control; port trunking; port mirroring; dual firmware images; and Web management security.
Instead Jabba emitted a "broadcast storm" that managed to soak Mother Hub with data.
For example, to monitor for a broadcast storm on a network, an alarm can be sounded if more than 1,000 broadcast packets have been seen in a 15 second period.
In addition, D-Link DES-1009G supports buffering allocation of 512 bytes per port and broadcast storm protection.
"With NetCaches placed strategically through the network," he says, "you could have one stream going out from the corporate center to the enterprise data center, and from the data center that stream being split off and replicated to branch offices, where it's split again for desktop." Unlike a peer-to-peer broadcast storm, this tree model would make best use of the available bandwidth.
Equipped with 5 Fast Ethernet ports, the device provides reliable Ethernet connectivity, broadcast storm protection, port-based QoS.
Because radio signals are likely to overlap with each other in a geographical area, a straightforward broadcasting by blind flooding cause serious redundancy, contention and collision referred to as the broadcast storm problem N.
When designing a broadcast protocol for VANETs, two major problems must first be considered: the broadcast storm problem and network-partitioning problem.
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