Networking :: How To Find List Of Multicast Addresses And Ports In Use?
How can I find out list of multicast addresses and port in use?"netstat -ng" only gives list of multicast addresses that have been joined, it does not give port number.I have several hundred servers running application that listens to several multicast addresses on different ports. I want to write an audit script and get the list of multicast address and port numbers.
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