Join Mike Meyers for an in-depth discussion in this video The netstat command, part of CompTIA Network+ (N10-006) Cert Prep: 4 Making TCP/IP Work.
- If you were gonna ask me,…"Mike, you only get one networking tool,…"what's it going to be?"…Well, I'd probably say ping,…but my second choice would be the popular netstat program.…One of the things that happens…is that my computer is on a network right now…and actually on the internet as well.…So there's all these connections going on at all times…and I wanna know who's my computer connecting to…at any given moment…and that's what netstat does.…It is a text-based command…that allows you to see what connections…are established between your computer…and other computers at any given moment.…
So, let's run netstat.…To run netstat, just get to a Command Prompt…and type netstat, N-E-T-S-T-A-T…and these are the results that you're gonna get.…So let's take a look at what we're looking at.…First of all, these are active connections…that we have right now.…Each one of these is a separate connection.…So I've got...…wow, about 15 connections going right now.…Most of them seem to be https.…So let's read it.…First of all, it tells us what protocol it is, TCP or UDP,…
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