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I'm trying to find out what the exact connection my mac is connected to when i stream radio from

The reason I wanted to find out the exact connection is do that I can use it on my iphone app to listen to the station.

Works to connect to Tripple J station. So that i guess is what I want to discover. Is this possible?

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The command

netstat -anp tcp

lists all currently running tcp connections.

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Since nobody else has mentioned it, Wireshark is the One True Way to reverse engineer network protocols.

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it's also likely that the well-known utility LITTLE SNITCH could help you.

Just google it up and buy a copy.

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