Computer generating and sending http data by source port 50000 - 59999 to destination port 80. Any one faced this issue, I've never used anything that relates to openstreetmap, but I still see so much traffic sending to (http://b.tile.openstreetmap.org/1/1/1.png) this kind of servers. Resource is getting consumed so much by this issue.

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Check which of your applications is using these source ports (e.g. by using netstat). Maybe it's just your browser displaying a website with a map included somewhere?

(26 Nov '14, 08:11) scai ♦

When do you see this? Even if you have no programs open?! Also after freshly booting your system?

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The question has been closed for the following reason "The question is self-answered. Problem apparently off-topic to others here." by aseerel4c26 12 Jan '15, 02:15


Good day, The problem was in the source code of the program, that was configured to retrieve map information from openstreetmap.org. After creating memory dump and studying some of the dll's and source code of the program, I solved the problem. Thank you, community.

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which program? One written by you? If not, the info may be interesting to others here.

Thanks for the feedback!

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Yes, the one written by 'us', which I didn't have the source code at that time, I debugged and found it. Thanks.

(12 Jan '15, 03:46) mendsaikhan

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