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So Im having network bogging down issues. Upon capturing 30 minutes worth of packets, I have come across quite a few (afew thounsand) packets like the following:

# Time Src Dest Protocol Length info
"5227 200.570462000 10.42.91.105 10.42.91.255 NBNS 92 Name query NB ##JABBERID##<00>"

Does anyone know what the ##JABBERID## means? I cant find any documentation on it anywhere...

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asked 05 Feb '14, 17:17

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Please check if there is a Jabber/XMPP client running on 10.42.91.105. If so, stop it and check again if you see those frames.

Regards
Kurt

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answered 05 Feb '14, 23:44

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