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March 8, 2008 / kiranpatils

Which application is runing on which Port

yesterday one of my colleague wants to check that which application is listening on his port 8080. He was wondering and asked to me…me also wondered for a few time.

Because i know “netstat” command which dosen’t serve the purpose. But at last i found here it is!!

1. Open Command Prompt[Start->Run->CMD->enter].

2.type “netstat -b”

3.Check the output. you got it man.

4.That’s it.

For more stuff and parameters like -b-Which lists applicaion involved in creating connection you can simply type “netstat /?”[for other parameters]. Some of are as under:

 -a = for all connections and lisening ports.

-n = displays in numerical form

others you can find it out.

Happy Coding!!


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