Windows 10: Netstat -an showing lots of listening + established, why?
Netstat -an showing lots of listening + established, why?
my friend was showing me how to do something on my computer and went on CMD, netstat -an .. it showed a lot of conections some where at TIME WAIT, most split between LISTENING and ESTABLISHED there are 74 i counted, is this something or nothing, tried to look it up online but didnt seem to get much telling me what should be there and shouldnt. i know its probably nothing but thought it would be worth an ask and hoped this may be the place for a quick simple awnser.
Sounds about right to me. Just ran netstat on my production PC as a go-by, and got 76 items right off the bat. Sounds entirely normal to me. OTOH, if you want to upload your netstat output, I could see if there are any analysis tools or "things to watch out for" documented somewhere online.
After i reseted the whole network, the VPN does not work anymore no matter how i configurated the VPN but it works in Virtual Machine. What i did was input these commands in cmd
netsh winsock reset
netsh int ip reset
Been messing around with the Netstat command (specifically Netstat -a -n -o) in order to determine what processes remotely access the network and wider internet.
I've been doing this to minimise or perhaps entirely stop my PC sending...
They occur for numerous reasons:
watching a video with VLC
plugging in a flash drive
So I haven't needed to netstat anything in a while and certainly never did on Win 10 but I don't remember so many active, established connections before.
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