20 Netstat Commands for Linux Network Management

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18 Responses

  1. James says:

    I also use netstat-tulpn.

  2. Cristian says:

    Thanks a lot for the article. Keep up the good work.

  3. miten says:

    see if you can map HP OVPM charts data points to unix commands results data points.

  4. Nitish Kamal says:

    quite helpful.

  5. sovanpheak says:

    In my network I’ve set three IP range. All are reachable, but one IP is reachable. I want to refresh port, what command can I use?

  6. Morteza Ipo says:

    Thank you so much.

  7. Vyacheslav says:

    Thanks a lot!

  8. Jack says:

    How about netstat -M?

  9. Oleg says:

    If you want to view active ports and running processes for them, use:
    netstat -tulpn

  10. Stuart says:

    Looks great. Anyone got a quick combo of shell commands to figure out the current rate of throughput (bandwidth usage) over an interface? e.g. X mbit/s or Xmbit/10seconds etc. A few commands output the amount in bytes that have been used since the interface was up…

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