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What is the meaning of data displayed by netstat -a

 
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Basically i want to see what process is using what Port in Windows XP .
So i ran a basic netstat -a -n -o on to Command Prompt .


But it displayed some data , which i wasn't aware of . Could you please explain

Please find the screen shot of displayed Data of my System .


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Try typing netstat /?
 
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Thanks , now this looks better than the previous .

One more question is it possible to know the ProcessName also using netstat .
For example i started Tomcat on 8080 and ran netstat and this got displayed on Command Prompt .
TCP c8063:1883 localhost:8080 ESTABLISHED

Is it possible to display the Process name also ??
 
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No. But you have the PID, you can just look that up.
 
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But you have the PID, you can just look that up.



What do you mean by look that up ??
Do you mean to say : http:localhost:PID ??

Thanks .
 
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The Task Manager shows the process IDs (PIDs) and process names together.
 
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The Task Manager shows the process IDs (PIDs) and process names together



Not for me , i dont know about what version of windows you are refering to .
Anyway thanks for the response .
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The columns on task manager are configurable.
 
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