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  1. I have a few clients running 9.0.2.102 that seem to randomly go missing from Retrospect. The server is running 10.7.3 and Retrospect 9.0.2. I can test the address and add them using the direct IP address but multicast shows nothing. There is no firewall running on the client but it does run Parallels on occasion. Needless to say with computer that obtain an address via DHCP this is a real problem since they don't get backed up. Any tips or advice on how to get multicast working properly with my clients or do I have to statically assign all clients I want to use with Retrospect? It looks like multicast is broadcasting on the loopback address but not the primary ethernet port. Does this give any clues? Here's the /var/log/retroclient.log contents 1336662409: Client version is 9.0.2.102 1336662412: sopsFileLoad: gotBytes=1792 stateSig=53436667 firstVers=201 curVers=201 1336662412: NetStart: starting interface thread 1336662412: netCheckNewInterfaces: found new address 127.0.0.1:0 1336662412: ConnStartListen: starting thread ConnStartListen for 127.0.0.1:0 1336662417: netCheckNewInterfaces: found new address 192.168.123.103:0 1336662417: Turning client initiated discovery on 1336662417: ipludAddMembership: adding membership for 192.168.123.103 1336662417: iplud: multicast advertising on address 127.0.0.1 1336662427: IPNSRegister(0): registered: "Clerical","91c861ed1cb9d982","0.0.0.0:0" 1336662427: ConnStartListen: starting thread ConnStartListen for 192.168.123.103:0 1336662429: notifyServerList: Client discovery packet sent to 192.168.123.50 1336662430: bindToValidBootPort: gServerPID has been initialized to 54 1336662431: SopsSetCurrentIPAddress: 192.168.123.103 1336662431: --- UpdateClientStateWithMonitorEntered: clientState:10 1336662436: netCheckNewInterfaces: found new address 10.211.55.2:0 1336662436: iplud: bind() failed with error 48 1336662440: bindToValidBootPort: task_set_special_port succeeded 1336662444: IPNSRegister(0): registered: "Clerical","91c861ed1cb9d982","0.0.0.0:0" 1336662444: ConnStartListen: starting thread ConnStartListen for 10.211.55.2:0 1336662444: netCheckNewInterfaces: found new address 10.37.129.2:0 1336662444: iplud: bind() failed with error 48 1336662450: IPNSRegister(0): registered: "Clerical","91c861ed1cb9d982","0.0.0.0:0" 1336662450: ConnStartListen: starting thread ConnStartListen for 10.37.129.2:0 1336663027: notifyServerList: Client discovery packet sent to 192.168.123.50 1336671869: connTCPConnection: non-stream packet too large: 101517849 1336671869: ServicePurge: serviceID 0 not found 1336672027: notifyServerList: Client discovery packet sent to 192.168.123.50 1336672060: ServicePurge: serviceID 0 not found 1336672070: ServicePurge: serviceID 0 not found 1336672411: ServicePurge: serviceID 0 not found 1336672417: NetGetMacAddr: This system's built-in MAC address is 3c:07:54:52:86:91 1336672418: SopsSetOnDemandServer: Setting to 192.168.123.50 1336672419: SopsSetFlags: theServer.parms.clientflags = 8602 1336672627: notifyServerList: Client discovery packet sent to 192.168.123.50
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