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Comando netstat

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usage: netstat [-vWeenNcCF] [<Af>] -r netstat {-V|–version|-h|–help}
netstat [-vWnNcaeol] [<Socket> …]
netstat { [-vWeenNac] -i | [-cWnNe] -M | -s }

-r, –route display routing table
-i, –interfaces display interface table
-g, –groups display multicast group memberships
-s, –statistics display networking statistics (like SNMP)
-M, –masquerade display masqueraded connections

-v, –verbose be verbose
-W, –wide don’t truncate IP addresses
-n, –numeric don’t resolve names
–numeric-hosts don’t resolve host names
–numeric-ports don’t resolve port names
–numeric-users don’t resolve user names
-N, –symbolic resolve hardware names
-e, –extend display other/more information
-p, –programs display PID/Program name for sockets
-c, –continuous continuous listing

-l, –listening display listening server sockets
-a, –all, –listening display all sockets (default: connected)
-o, –timers display timers
-F, –fib display Forwarding Information Base (default)
-C, –cache display routing cache instead of FIB

<Socket>={-t|–tcp} {-u|–udp} {-w|–raw} {-x|–unix} –ax25 –ipx –netrom
<AF>=Use ‘-6|-4’ or ‘-A <af>’ or ‘–<af>’; default: inet
List of possible address families (which support routing):
inet (DARPA Internet) inet6 (IPv6) ax25 (AMPR AX.25)
netrom (AMPR NET/ROM) ipx (Novell IPX) ddp (Appletalk DDP)
x25 (CCITT X.25)