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netstat question [message #345748] Wed, 16 December 2009 10:26 Go to next message
ZIDAC  is currently offline ZIDAC
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When i use netstat -an in the row "remote IP" appears: and

What is this ?
What mean this?

Thanks and excuse my Inglish,
Re: netstat question [message #346116 is a reply to message #345748] Wed, 16 December 2009 18:40 Go to previous message
aceman  is currently offline aceman  United States
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"ZIDAC" <> wrote in message
> Hi,
> When i use netstat -an in the row "remote IP" appears:
> and
> ":"
> What is this ?
> What mean this?
> Thanks and excuse my Inglish,

Basically, the ":" is IPv6, and is "all interfaces on your machine"
listetning on that port.

Hopefully this will help:

NETSTAT Displays a LISTENING Port with IP Address When you carry
out the command netstat -an, you may receive a display that shows an IP
address of in LISTENING status.

How to read NETSTAT -AN resultsNetstat is a old-school DOS program that
displays all TCP connections on your ... If it says on the Local
Address column, it means that port is ... /operations/informatique/windows/netstat_results.htm

netstat ľaJul 21, 2005 ... Netstat explained. This explains how to and read
Netstat. I had to right click and select all to change the font to white in
order to read ...

Dileep's Blog on Software Testing: Netstat ExplainedJun 2, 2009 ... Netstat
Explained netstat (network statistics) is a command-line tool that displays
network connections (incoming and outgoing), ... d.html


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