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I have a multicast each 5 seconds to 229.111.112.12

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Hello I have a server 2010 with 4 nics all of them are used  in hyperV and shared with the host machine.

I notice each 5 seconds every nic send a connection to 229.111.112.12 port 3071 that it's refused for the TMG becouse the source IP is simulated.

What is happening?
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http://www.petri.co.il/forums/showthread.php?t=37512

You may have an app/service that is broadcasting these events. Run hijackthis and post the results.
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I see in another place that "MegaRaid software may be sending these packets to communicate with a management console, management software, or to broadcast it's existence to other servers" which means this is normal multicasts if you have MegaRaid.
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I have already run the hijackthis and here are the results:
hijackthis.log
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