Informations sur les connexions reseau

netstat -taupe
Affiche des infos detaillees sur vos connexions reseaux. Port en ?coute, protocole, paquets, adresses, ustilisateur, PID etc...

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By: farwarx
2009-05-25 12:46:38

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