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warmongr (MIS) (OP)
8 May 07 13:02
In Linux I can type netstat -ng to show me a list of multicast groups I am subscribed to.  Is there an equivilent command or method in windows?

stduc (Programmer)
8 May 07 13:40
There is no direct equivalent. netstat ? will give you all the options.

You could take a look at the sysinternals website to see if anything looks promising.

When I married "Miss Right" I didn't realise her first name was 'always'. LOL

warmongr (MIS) (OP)
8 May 07 13:44

I'll look.  btw. Didn't realize you'd married my wife...


Helpful Member!(3)  jstorch (Programmer)
16 May 07 13:38
You can do somthing similar in Windows with the 'netsh' command. I know the command exists in WindowsXP, Vista, and Server 2003.  Type the command exctly as follows:

netsh interface ip show join

Good luck.
warmongr (MIS) (OP)
16 May 07 13:58
Exactly what I was looking for.  You get a little star!

jstorch (Programmer)
16 May 07 15:31
No problem.
I know I was pretty happy when someone showed me this...

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