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    Netstat tutorial posted: 02-01-2002 01:14 AM .
    (PS. Kewl post!)

    Originally posted here by Cheeseball
    Just to note, this post is ungodly old... Anyway...I just noticed I forgot to add in a thing about having netstat repeat itself if you do a netstat -an 2 it will repeat ever 2 seconds....

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    Very good Tutorial

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    site FAQ

    Reading and Posting : Why is a post's date blinking? : Blinking dates

    Question: Why is a post's date blinking?

    Answer: Posts with blinking dates are posts that are older than 336 hours, or 2 weeks. Keep this in mind when you reply to a post with blinking dates.
    In this case it was CPR to a mummy.

    Check the dates. If there's an update to the information posted, or something of similiar note, go ahead. If not please let them sleep.

    ~cheers~
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    thanks for that, i am looking for more about netstat

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    I see that the "Blinking dates" concept is a hard to comprehend
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    There likes bugs attracted to a light, they see the blinky text and are just compelled to post something..
    Just like when i see a flashy post assigned bar i'm just compelled to add to it..

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    and I see that the FAQs are really redundant and reading them is merely waste of time, I don't understand whay people waste time writing them!
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