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# 1  
Need help with a netstat command

Do I have this command correct to show all current connections/sessions my Solaris box has? It does not seem to do anything.

Code:
netstat -an | grep EST

# 2  
hi,

may you check what's the current output for
Code:
netstat -an

without piping to grep?

see ya
fra
# 3  
it is to long to post.
# 4  
So it works then...
# 5  
Yes
Code:
netstat -an

works but I wanted to get a cleaning view of th current connections, like 3-4 lines. not so much data that it cuts off the top it goes so long. I know that the command is
Code:
netstat -an | grep ???

I thought it was
Code:
EST

but that doesn't seem to work.
# 6  
works for me:
Code:
lo4:/export/home/vbe $ netstat -an | grep EST
99.45.34.202.22     99.45.32.55.46903   262088     47 49232      0 ESTABLISHED
99.45.34.202.22     99.45.32.55.42615   262088      0 49232      0 ESTABLISHED

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Thanks for verifying the command for me.
 

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