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OS X :: What Is UDP Traffic


Just found identified that for me to fix an issue with iTunes multiple speakers I need to open two UDP ports (6001 and 6002) on my firewall. What does this mean and could this cause a problem with the security of my network?

Basically, whats the impact on me if I open them?


View 5 Replies (Posted: Feb 27, 2006)

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