Determining Ports In Use

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Ever wonder which ports are in use on your computer? Here is a command that will tell you:

netstat --all --programs --numeric-ports | less

Resources

“A Linux Firewall for Your Home”
Service detection on a Linux box with netstat

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One Response to “Determining Ports In Use”

  1. digitaleagle Says:

    I found this link earlier today and thought it was very helpful:
    http://knowledge-oracle.blogspot.com/2010/06/apache-address-already-in-use-makesock.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+orana+(OraNA)

    His command is:
    netstat -tulpn| grep :xxxxx


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