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show open ports on computer

Terminal - show open ports on computer
netstat -an | grep -i listen
2009-02-19 19:27:49
User: scubacuda
Functions: grep netstat
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show open ports on computer

From 'man netstat'

"netstat -i | -I interface [-abdnt] [-f address_family] [-M core] [-N system]

Show the state of all network interfaces or a single interface

which have been auto-configured (interfaces statically configured

into a system, but not located at boot time are not shown). An

asterisk (``*'') after an interface name indicates that the

interface is ``down''. If -a is also present, multicast

addresses currently in use are shown for each Ethernet interface

and for each IP interface address. Multicast addresses are shown

on separate lines following the interface address with which they

are associated. If -b is also present, show the number of bytes

in and out. If -d is also present, show the number of dropped

packets. If -t is also present, show the contents of watchdog

timers."

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see also, lsof -Pni

Comment by nottings 290 weeks and 5 days ago

what nottings said. If lsof isn't in the machine, I'd grep -w LISTEN; grep -i listen will get you stuff that's LISTENING, which is a different state than LISTEN

Comment by sud0er 290 weeks and 5 days ago

If doesn't support the following, don't use it ;)

#netstat -tlnp

Comment by ioggstream 103 weeks and 6 days ago

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