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Who's connected to you?

Written by IT News on 10:30 AM

If you're running any TCP/IP services (such as WWW service, FTP service, POP3/SMTP services, or even just NetBIOS over TCP/IP) on your computer, you may want to find out who's connected to your computer and from where at a given time. This information is easy to obtain using NETSTAT command.

  • Go to the "DOS Prompt" or "Command Prompt"
  • Type NETSTAT
    For example, if you want to redisplay the TCP/IP connections every 10 seconds, type:
    NETSTAT 10
  • Press ENTER

Applicable Keywords : Windows NT, Windows NT 3.x, Windows NT 4.x, Windows, Windows 95

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