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    udp/4000 ?

    Why is streetdeck broadcasting on udp/4000 to 255.255.255.255:4000?

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    To find other streetdecks for network gps broadcasting.
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    Does it still do that when the network gps broadcast feature is turned off or however it's called in the Navigation configuration options (last option I think in 1.1.1.0).

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    it shouldnt.. if it does I would have to say its a bug
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    Yeah, I have my option turned off but still blasting the broadcast. I'm running a full time website on my truck routed through changeip's (the dude above) systems and he was letting me know that my truck was sending udp/4000 packets through his router and initially thought it was the witty worm virus or some virus utilizing the ICQv3 protocol on udp/4000. That's what ignited this topic. After a couple days and running the netstat -abno command - only to find that streetdeck is the culprit giving out the udp/4000 and thanks to god of cpu for putting us at rest. It's not a bad thing, just a heads up that the option to broadcast or search for other streetdecks on the network feature is turned off and still blasting the udp/4000 saying, I'm here! I'm here, who cares what the user set the option to..."

    Ian
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    StreetDeck
    Project: [■■■■■■■■■-] 90% complete (reconfiguration phase)
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    -Configuring and wiring the camera system

    http://www.necevil.com/gallery/index...el=album&id=20

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