The netstat command in Linux is a very useful tool when dealing with networking issues. This command is capable of producing information related to network connections, routing tables, interface statistics etc. This utility also helps the network administrators to keep an eye on the invalid or suspicious network connections. In this article we will understand the basics of this command using some practical examples.
The syntax of this command is :
netstat [options]... 1. Display routing information maintained by kernel This... [More]