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hello-

i remember using a command prompt util that listed all the open ports/connections on my computer. maybe im wrong. anyone know?

thanks- p
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netstat -a
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by:petemcc
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Hey pipe,
Maybe the netstat command is the one you?re looking for. Try it with the  -a switch
 
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yep, thats it. thanks.
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by:TheINT
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Hi pipe !
thanks for points !
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