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    netstat quiestion!

    I was wondering if anyone knows about a program that will let me monitor all open connections instead of just listing them. Maybe have it be able to tell me the throughput of each connection time of connection etc. If anyone knows about a program like this please let me know it would be very usefull for monitering my network! I am running XP Pro FYI.
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    Hi dude'

    You had answer in your subject :-).Do the follwing

    1. Open command prompt
    netstat -a
    Should list all listinng and open ports

    2. Use a program like FPort from www.foundstone.com or Vision from the same company.

    See ya!!

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    A network connections monitor. It displays TCP/UDP connections in realtime, with automatic host lookup/caching. It can also display detailed statistics about protocolsand interfaces. Also included are databases over known trojan ports, country codes and a complete database of service ports.
    http://www.freedownloadscenter.com/N..._Download.html

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    Xon do you know what netstat does because that is the program that you are looking for.
    As Warlock said Netstat -a will bring it up for you though.

    Whizkid2300

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    Yyes Ii know what netstat is and it doesnt do enough for me. It doesnt tell me throughput, connection time... I need something like that. Would be very usefull and memory i cant get that to work maybe u could just e-mail it to me? KD7LRI_1373@yahoo.com
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    sorry about the link ...doesnt work ...

    here are some great tools on network monitoring ..... http://download.com.com/3120-20-0.ht...tor&tg=dl-2001

    also a great site for network applications ...

    http://www.networkingfiles.com/Monitor/monitor.htm

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    Thanx man! I'll go try them...
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