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You can use netstat for this. See the example (I grepped for ssh): netstat -putan | grep ssh tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:22 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 1725/sshd tcp 0 0 1.2.3.4:45734 1.2.3.5:22 ESTABLISHED 2491/ssh tcp6 0 0 :::22 :::* LISTEN ...


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Another tool that can do this is lsof: # lsof -i -a -p 1981 COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME sshd 1981 root 3u IPv4 917 0t0 TCP host.example.com:ssh (LISTEN) # lsof -i -a -p 1981 -n COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME sshd 1981 root 3u IPv4 917 0t0 TCP 10.1.2.3:ssh (LISTEN) # lsof -i ...


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ss utility from iproute package for Linux


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We have already good answers but there is yet another way to do it that would list all the connections made even if they are not active in some instant in the time: strace -e socket,connect,close -f -o hipchat.strace.txt hipchat The output would show you additional information like UDP requests and opened but closed connections.


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(Corrections would be appreciated)  1. Is my assumption above correct ? – 1. The 1st hop IP address 192.168.1.1 is assigned to an "internal" interface in the router on the diagram. Yes. Most likely it's assigned to a virtual "bridge" interface, which joins together the "ethernet" and "wlan" interfaces. (It could be multiple ethernet interfaces ...


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from Windows Internals By default, Procmon starts in basic mode and omits certain file system operations from being displayed including I/O to NTFS metadata files I/O to the paging file I/O generated by the System process I/O generated by the Process Monitor Process. To catch incoming file access from the network, you need to ...


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As @Tyson already said in a comment, you don't need a router. To get more Ethernet ports, you only need a switch; and to extend WiFi network range, you only need a WiFi access point. It just happens that the "home wireless routers" have a router, a switch, and a WiFi AP integrated in one device for convenience. But they're definitely not meant to be ...


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I think you didn't read Serva's NSS documentation correctly; please click on the "WINDOWS 7" chapter. For Windows 7 hosted NSSs when clients are RIS these are the shown steps: 1. Enabling Anonymous Logon: 1. Run the Control Panel 2. Navigate to: Network and Internet\Network and Sharing Center\Change advanced sharing settings\ Select: ...



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