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Hi all.

Using Wireshark on a Win7 workstation I realize that there are network traffics from the host (192.168.1.84) to a apparently unknow host that has the IP address 192.168.200.200

The picture I posted it's from the Win7 workstation (192.168.1.84) where I started Wireshark.

I wish to find WHICH program or service inside the Win7 workstation is attempting a TCP connection to 192.168.200.200...that is unreachable and (I think) inexistent !

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asked 11 Sep '16, 06:36

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edited 12 Sep '16, 02:38

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