>>>>> Arun Kumar writes:
Arun> I had a question about Straps in Scotty 2.1.10. We are seeing
Arun> that scotty straps daemon is sending request (like once every
Arun> two seconds) on 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199. Is there any
Arun> documentation as so why 234.0.0 has been used, and what happens
Arun> if we undef the flag "HAVE_MULTICAST".
I guess you are seeing group membership packets. Something very normal
if you are doing multicast things. The address 234.0.0 is a build in
constant and has no special meaning. In fact, disabling HAVE_MULTICAST
is the right thing to do in most cases. (And it is the default in the
Arun> It seems to be fine if we have one or two machines running
Arun> straps deamon, but if we have 40-50 machines on the network
Arun> running straps daemon, it starts to bother the network. Any help
Arun> will be appreciated.
Just turn it off.
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