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Old 12-30-2003, 12:44 PM   #1
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netstat, how to show what address are connected?

Im at work.. and I am ssh'd into my home machine. My machine is secure because. i am behind my router with only port 22 fowarded. But i want netstat to show me the address that is connected?

when i run netstat -a it does not give a foreign address... or show if there is something active... windows :ducks and hides: gives the foreign address and where the connection is coming from??

I cant figure out how to show where i am connected from.

any ideas, any other tool that i can use??

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netstat -tn

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netstat -tn

sweet.. i knew it couldnt be hard


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