Determine Broadcast address of kubernetes cluster exposed as NodePort

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Cluster information:

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Cloud being used: bare-metal
Installation method: Deployed through mininkube
Host OS: Windows 11
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Hello everyone,
I wanted to know if the services running inside a k8s cluster can receive a UDP broadcast message from an external client not part of the k8s cluster.
So I wrote a small test echo server application and exposed it externally to the cluster using a NodePort, and my chat client application was able to send and receive regular UDP packets.
However, is it possible to conflgure the pod or the NodePort to receive UDP broadcasts? Reason is because my client needs to send a UDP broadcast packets which the pod running in my cluster would listen to and then responds with a specific IP-address to the client. Is there a way of configuring this in configuration files?
So when I use as the broadcast ip-address, the pod running in my k8s cluster doesn’t get any packets. Are there other ways of configuring this?
Appreciate your help in this regard.
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