Sends the data to the multicast host. (version 4.62 or later)
sendmulticast <multicastname> <data1> <data2>....
Causes Tera Term to sends characters to the multicast terminal specified by <multicastname> argument or command line option. Beforehand, the name of terminal identification must be configured by using setmulticastname command.
If <data> is a string, the string is sent to the host.
If <data> is an integer, its lowest-order byte (0-255) is regarded as an ASCII code of the character, and the character is sent to the host.
NOTICE: Sent data is ignored on the terminal the AcceptBroadcast is disabled.
; TerminalA setmulticastname 'screen1' ; Do not receive any strings.
; TerminalB setmulticastname 'screen2' ; The 'violin' string will be sent by the TerminalD.
; TerminalC setmulticastname 'screen2' ; The 'violin' string will be sent by the TerminalD.
; TerminalD setmulticastname 'screen3' sendmulticast 'screen2' 'violin' 13 10 ; Multicast transmission ; Do not receive any strings.