over 7 years ago

The common command line arguments that I use with the netstat command:

-t: display tcp connections
-u: display udp connections
-l: display ports that are in LISTEN state
-p: display process id
-n: display ip addresses instead of host names

To see if a port has been occupied:

> netstat -tulpn | grep :port_number
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