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Old 10-22-2009
interpreting netstat output

hi all,

when I run-
Code:
wcars1j5#netstat -an | grep 8090
127.0.0.1.8090             *.*                0      0 49152      0 LISTEN
wcars1j5#

1. does this mean that no one is connected to this port?



Regards,
akash
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Old 10-22-2009
Yes, the port is up and waiting for connections, ie. the app/demon behind it. Connections usually are seen with client IP addresses where the *.* is and also with something like "ESTABLISHED" as status.
If you see a name at the positon where the 8090 is, this is translated from the /etc/services, where port numbers can be mapped to a service name.

Next time please checkout a more appropriate subforum since this is "Shell Programming and Scripting" Smilie

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