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Wed Oct 12 20:01:20 UTC 2005
> Am 12.10.2005, 21:26 Uhr, schrieb Tim Littlemore <tim at tjl2.com>:
>>> On Sat, 2005-10-01 at 10:44 +0200, R.L. Reingard wrote:
>>> i tried commands with $ netstat, but do not get what i like to see. i
>>> want to understand what program / utility i have to use to simple get
>>> to know the following.
>>> to which IP address(es) the machine is connected at the moment? (nice
>>> would be if it could be shown continously refreshed)
>>> which IP address does search a connection to the machine at the
>>> moment? (and at what door / ports do they knock?)
> Would "sudo watch netstat -tap" do what you want?
> If you don't want the IP addresses resolving to addresses, use "sudo
> watch netstat -ntap".
thats fine Tim.
watch is a great command indeed.
until now i used
$ watch -d -n1 "netstat -t tcp"
yours is even better for me.
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