Filtering Netstat output
Posted on 2012-08-18
I am running Windows XP and Windows 7 clients, with a Windows 2008 Server running an in-house app.
The application server is slowing down, and our developer team say it is because there are too many client connections originating from the same machines, i.e. the client machines are holding open connections instead of closing them with the server.
I'd like to go to some client machines, and find out how many connections they have to port 5000 (example) which the app uses.
I guess I need Netstat to do that? But how can I filter the Netstat output by either port or destination IP (the server IP address is 192.168.1.33)
Thanks in advance.