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how can I identify a multicast mac address associated with the vip of Windows network load balancer cluster?

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Is there a powershell cmdlet of from GUI to identify multicast mac address associated with the VIP of Windows network load balancer?

I have a windows network load balancer 2008 both nodes are 2008 R2, and multicast.

Each VM has one ip and the VIP associated is the one where I need to get the multicast mac address
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Question by:Jerry Seinfield
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I don't have any load balancing up at the moment, but can you ping it and see the arp entry? arp -a
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