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Re: lsof -i broken
> Do you mean which connections are currently open? Running netstat -p shows
> all currently open connections. If you wish to just see INET4 connections,
> you could do:
> netstat -p | grep -e ^tcp
its not so much what connection are open as what applications
are associated with them.
> If you want to see all of the Well Known Ports of which your computer is aware,
> look in /etc/services. I find it really convient to grep /etc/services when
> looking for a port, zb:
> jordanb@gandalf[~]$ grep smtp /etc/services
> smtp 25/tcp mail
> ssmtp 465/tcp # SMTP over SSL
yes, but at times ports that are not well-known and documented
in /etc/services will be used.
for example, i am seeing udp 1025 open on my machine, and i
believe its bind that is using this port. tcp 587 is also open,
and i think its in use by sendmail.
lsof -i would give me a more accurate view of who is using what.
> The man page says if one dosen't specify a mask, it will "select the listing
> of all Internet and x.25 (HP-UX) network files." I'll go for the obvious,
> did you put anything after the -i that it might have mistaken for a mask?
> Also, check to see if you acutally have open connections with netstat -p.
the only thing that caused me to raise an eyebrow was that i
recently added a subinterface to my eth0 for connectivity to a
group of machines in the same hub using some 10/8 space.
lsof -i @my.address
and nothing returned. i also did a ifconfig eth0:1 down just to
get that completely out of the mix and still no return.
i am running lsof-4.47-5. does anyone else running rh7 see a
thanks for your input, i appreciate it.
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