Show apps that use internet connection at the moment.

sudo lsof -P -i -n | awk '{print $1,$5,$8}' | tail -n +2 | uniq -c | sort -nr
Show top apps that use internet, sorted by count connections and grouped by TYPE and Protocol
Sample Output
  34 Mail IPv4 TCP
  27 Google IPv4 TCP
   8 racoon IPv6 UDP
   8 airportd IPv4 UDP
   7 TeamViewe IPv4 TCP
   7 Google IPv4 TCP
   5 usbmuxd IPv6 TCP
   5 usbmuxd IPv6 TCP
   4 racoon IPv6 UDP
   4 racoon IPv4 UDP
   4 apsd IPv4 TCP
   3 usbmuxd IPv4 TCP
   3 php-fpm IPv4 TCP
   3 ntpd IPv6 UDP
   3 mtmfs IPv4 TCP
   3 discovery IPv4 UDP
   3 Skype IPv4 TCP
   2 usbmuxd IPv6 TCP
   2 usbmuxd IPv6 TCP
   2 usbmuxd IPv6 TCP
   2 usbmuxd IPv6 TCP
   2 usbmuxd IPv6 TCP

2014-12-18 05:22:33

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