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#15918 - 01/13/05 12:05 PM How to view current connections?  
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I want to view the current running connections of my pc, so how?
Ideas? Thanks!

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#15919 - 01/14/05 07:10 AM Re: How to view current connections?  
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Control Panel > Network Connections

#15920 - 01/14/05 08:29 AM Re: How to view current connections?  
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Personally, the best way is to use a firewall software which has a "Net State" function that can show the currently active connections and the details of these connections, including Remote Address/Port, Local Application/Port, Protocol and Status.
Why not try Armor2net Personal Firewall ? I know it has that feature.
Hope this helps!

#15921 - 01/14/05 11:37 AM Re: How to view current connections?  
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how about a simple netstat -a at the command prompt ?

#15922 - 01/14/05 12:11 PM Re: How to view current connections?  
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Heh, now that i think about it, i guess the answer to this question could be thought of in different ways. First i thought you wanted to view physical connections, but who wants to do that...

netstat -a would be the easiest way to view TCP connections, and UDP ports you're listening on.

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