Distributed Cacheonix fully supports production environments that don't allow use of multicast communications. Cacheonix achieves this by making it possible to designate a set of hosts which IP addresses are known to other servers in the cluster and by providing a simple configuration parameter that switches cluster nodes to a TCP-only mode. Here is an example of a server configuration:
<broadcast> <knownAddress> <tcp address="192.168.1.1" port="8879"/> </knownAddress> </broadcast>
Please check Cacheonix documentation, section Configuring Cacheonix Broadcast for more information on configuring Cacheonix on non-multicast networks.