I have an application that relies on port 63000 for communicating with other devices over the network.
Some while ago this app stopped working on the PC.
I tried all sorts of firewall configs, ON/OFF etc but no effect.
Today I noticed that even without the application running, WireShark reported the following every 2 seconds:
No Time Source Destination Ptrcl Length Info 272 10.1529 192.168.1.46 126.96.36.199 UDP 157 Source port: 49181 Destination port: 63000
I think whatever is responsible for this might be the cause of the issue with this other application.
The problem is the port mentioned (49181 and 63000) are only showing up in WireShark.
I cannot see anything in Windows Reseurce Monitor, nor with
- How can I identify what is responsible for this data packet?
- Is this a WireShark red herring? I think not because it is the only thing I have found that could explain my issue with the other application.