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What does given filed mean in netstat -s on Linux

I am analyzing the the output of netstat -s and wanted to know what "input ICMP message failed" is meant for ,below is output of netstat -s Icmp: 643 ICMP messages received 0 input ICMP ...
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Find IP addresses with most connections on system

I am currently experiencing some attacks on my OpenVZ server (CentOS 6.3 64bit), which is saturating the public ethernet interface (currently accessing SSH via the private interface). Is it possible ...
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How to I start with a remote IP address connected to my computer to the process that has opened the connection?

If I type "netstat", I can see a list of IP addresses that my PC is connected to. If I start with an IP address, how do I find the process that has opened the connection to said IP address?
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netstat outputs same local adress for 2 different connections

Trying to understand how to read netstat output. In my browser I opened site1.com On my server netstat -A inet -p -e outputs the following: tcp 0 0 site1.com:www ...
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How to utilise netstat information

We have an application named "Seamer" installed on 2008R2 machine named "R2DUO" which has IP address set as 192.61.247.37 in host file and 172.26.127.40 is IP address of Ethernet card .We have two ...
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Understanding the netstat command output

I used netstat command recently, and the output is below. netstat -a proto local address foreign address state tcp 127.0.0.1:1107 avinash-pc:0 listening tcp ...
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Make a process listen on 0.0.0.0 (or not 127.0.0.1)

Both boxes in question are RHEL5. I have a python RPC server running on localhost port 8000. When a client running on the same machine tries to connect, everything works great. When a remote client ...
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What's the difference between ip address 0.0.0.0 and 127.0.0.1?

I do know that 127.0.0.1 ~ 127.255.255.254 are the loopback IP addresses for most modern operating systems and we could use these IP addresses to refer to our own computer. But what's 0.0.0.0? It ...
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Semantics of :: and 0.0.0.0 in dual-stack OSes

Back in the IPv4-only days, a LISTEN connection showing in netstat as listening on 0.0.0.0 would respond to connections on any IPv4 interface in the system. As I understand it, the new IPv6 idiom :: ...