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Ports used by the JGroups

 
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Hi

I want to know which are the ports used by the JGroups for multicasting.

Where to find? if i do netstat it shows all the port used by the java.exe and in our application we have more then 15 ports open.

Please help me to find. the exact port which are used by the jgroups.
is that read from any config files? or if it take dynamicaly how can i confirm that the port is used by jgroups

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We can configure these ports and range of the ports for each Protocol which are given in the xml file inside the jar
 
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