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How to find which port a service is using by “grep” the result of netstat output on windows 7?

i want to find which port a service is using. i know i can use netstat -anb to show all the protocols and all applications. but how can i filter the result, eg. if the program i'm trying to ...
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How can I tell what this process is from netstat -AB?

I need to find out which process is running on port 8888. I have used the 'netstat -AB' command in the command prompt however it does not show me the information. It seems to have a problem reading ...
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bind-address = ::1 # however, netstat shows 0.0.0.0:3306 LISTENING

I'm running MySQL 5.6 on 64-bit Windows 7 with IPv6 and IPv4 enabled. In my.ini: port=3306 bind-address = ::1 I was hoping to use IPv6 and restrict to the loop-back adapter. I used ::1 instead ...
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netstat with process name?

Using netstat -a -o -n I can get the list of ports and PID then I need to go to task manager and add the PID and see who is it. (pretty frustrating) I was wonder if there is a CMD command which ...
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ping and tracert don't work, while netstat does on windows pc

I am relatively new here and I don't even know if I'm asking the qn in the correct site. Please bear with me if I'm wrong. In my command line netstat works, but ping and tracert don't. I don't get ...
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How to get netstat results grouping by app name?

I use windows 7. I want get result such as distinct netstat -b. Just get a list of all applications use the network. How to do it?
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How to kill a particular tcp connection in windows?

On Linux we can kill an Established TCP Connection using tcpkill command. For example, to drop all connection to/from a particular IP: tcpkill host ipaddr Or similary to kill all connection ...
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what is ip 10.1.1.130 to which seems monitored by NT Kernel & System process on Windows 7?

I used netstat to see what is happening with network connections, and I see this weird ip address somehow listed together with PID 4 "NT Kernel & System", whatever that might be. Netstat describes ...