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By tommymcbrayer ·
I used the ether real freebie and I have a question. Why would a workstation on the network be sending a SRVLOC to the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority ip address 224.1.0.22 and 35?

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by Kryptos In reply to SRVLOC Request

If the client does not have knowledge of services in a network or if there are no Directory of services available on the site's network, the client multicasts a request to the service-specific multicast address, to which the service it wishes to locate will respond.

The address 224.1.0.22 & 35 are Multicast address and it?s reserved for Internet Stream Protocol Multicast Group.

Check the workstations for any running multimedia streaming application.
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