continuous data transfer to IP

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Networking' started by Safai, Jan 25, 2009.

  1. Safai

    Safai Guest

    Good day all,

    I have realized that my PC is continually sending data to the IP address
    Why and how can I stop this?

    Thanks a lot,

    P.S. my configuration: Vista Ultimate SP1, IE7, wired modem router, ADSL
    (PPPoE) internet connection
    Safai, Jan 25, 2009
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  2. Safai

    NMCI Guest

    Good be a number of things... Spyware comes to my mind first.

    You have several options here from my view

    1) Look into a firewall Mcafee or Norton and add the IP to the block list.
    Also you could find out what program is sending the information and delete it.

    2) Get a spyware scanner... I dont really like these scanners but I belive
    they do work and it may delete the spyware for you.

    3) You could go oldschool and format your entire drive /reinstall. This will
    stop anything from going to that IP ever again! :p
    NMCI, Jan 25, 2009
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  3. Safai

    Mick Murphy Guest

    Scan your computer with these 2 Programs, and your AV, just to be sure of no
    What were the results of the answers supplied to you in your last post re

    Spybot Search & Destroy 1.6 is a very good, FREE Anti-Spyware Program.
    Download, install, update, and immunize your System with it.
    Then SCAN with it.
    Update it, and scan your System once a fortnight.

    Malwarebytes is as the name says, a Malware Remover!
    For the Free version scroll down their page to either download from, or Major
    Mick Murphy, Jan 25, 2009
  4. Safai

    DL Guest

  5. Safai

    Lance Guest

    Safai wrote the following on 1/25/2009 12:16: is a multicast address limited to your local subnet. It
    could be your Vista computer is using Link-Local Multicast Name
    Resolution (LLMNR) to find other computers on the local network. LLMNR
    broadcasts use this IP address.

    Further info:

    Disable LLMNR:

    Lance, Jan 25, 2009
  6. Safai

    Safai Guest

    Thank you very much Lance. Your trick (group policy) solved the problem.

    Thank you all for the input
    Safai, Jan 26, 2009
  7. Safai

    Banister Guest

    I have been having the same problem, but I only have Premium and the
    Group Policy is not available to me. Also the Registry does not have a
    DNS Client under the Windows NT key. Do I have to add the DNS Client
    and the EnableMulticast Registry? And if so, what type of value does it
    need to be?

    Thanks for any help,
    Banister, May 23, 2009
  8. Safai


    enable outbound blocking with windows firewall. Then go to the predefined settings and disable the ones for llmnr. You won't see the attempts anymore.

    , Nov 28, 2013
  9. Safai


    I'd like to know the answer to this too. No reason why my pc has to automatically broadcast across the network to for every program I open. What kind of big brother nonsense is this Microsoft? I share files on my home network fine when blocking this, but why does it have to clog up and flood my logs!!!
    , Nov 28, 2013
  10. Safai


    I finally found the answer my friend. We have to add these lines into the registry from the command line.

    REG ADD â€HKLM\Software\policies\Microsoft\Windows NT\DNSClient\

    REG ADD â€HKLM\Software\policies\Microsoft\Windows NT\DNSClient†/v â€EnableMulticast†/t REG_DWORD /d “0″ /f

    for some reason adding these entries with the registry editor did not work for me. You also cannot copy and paste. Just type it in manually.

    , Nov 29, 2013
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