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    UDP Port 9777

    Hi. I am using wireshark to monitor broadcast traffic on our network. I've managed to identify most traffic, but a lot of different computers are sending UDP broadcasts to prot 9777.

    They all seem to be origionating from different source ports, but sending to the same one. I haven't been able to identify any sort of pattern.

    Has anyone else come accross this before? Does anyone know a way of tracing packets back to the specific program that sends it?

    Tahnks,

    David

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