Show all programs on UDP and TCP ports with timer information

netstat -putona
-p PID and name of the program -u on a UDP port. -t also TCP ports -o networking timer -n numeric IP addresses (don't resolve them) -a all sockets

By: starchox
2009-02-16 19:14:35

What Others Think

Not bad but sudo instantly makes me think you're running Ubuntu
ruedu · 657 weeks ago
fails to work with freeBSD
fooMan · 657 weeks ago
sudo != Ubuntu - I use sudo on gentoo,debian,freebsd and of course ubuntu
mcover · 657 weeks ago
I running on Arch, Centos as well, but i see another posts commented the issue with Ubuntu. Actually you didn't need use sudo.
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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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