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Old 01-26-2010, 01:24 AM   #1
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Monitoring which hosts is traffic being sent to.

I have a service, which calls other services. I need to verify that my service is hitting the right end points of the other service, since the end points of the other dependent service are specified in configs, and are different for different stages - development vs production.

Is there any tool which can tell me what end points are being contacted from my host?

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You can list active sockets with the 'netstat' command. For more information see the netstat(8) man page.



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