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DLink Wireless Access Point broadcasts UDP

DLink Wireless Access Point broadcasts UDP

DLink Wireless Access Point broadcasts UDP

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Hi all,

I've just had a very frustrating phone conversation with a DLink tech guy who basically told me this doesn't happen.  Figured I'd turn to my friends instead.

We've got a number of DLink Wireless Access Points (DWL-7000AP and DWL-7100AP mainly) that according to wireshark are broadcasting UDP left right and centre:

Protocol: UDP
Source port: cap or blackjack or 1027
Destination port: 64512

Anybody know why this is happening and what it's meant to do?  Source is from the access point (e.g. 192.168.9.32) to a destination of 192.168.15.255 (broadcast on a /24, 255.255.248.0 I believe).

Any info appreciated as I really could do with ditching the extra traffic :)  Wireshark screenie available on request.

Jonathan

Jonathan Haddock
Network Manager
Barton Court Grammar School

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