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Why is netstat -n different between Solaris and Linux and how can I make it the same?

When I run netstat -n on Solaris I get different results from netstat -n on Linux, even though according to the manual pages in Solaris and Linux the -n flag should do the same thing. My question: ...
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netstat on fresh install of Solaris 10 update 9

I am attempting to decipher the below output bash-3.00$ netstat -a UDP: IPv4 Local Address Remote Address State -------------------- -------------------- ---------- *.sunrpc ...
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Which local process is connected to given server on given port?

On Linux, I can simply: netstat -ntp | grep server_ip:port And I get PID and process name of the program that is making given connection. But how do I do it on Solaris?
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lsof not showing what port a proc is listening on

I have many processes on a box listening on several ports. I am trying to map ports to pids. The problem is that lsof is not telling me what ports belong to which process. Given an apache listening ...
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Numerous TIME-WAIT connections

I am running on a Solaris system. I wrote a Korn shell script that every 30 seconds runs this line: netstat -a | grep TIME-WAIT | wc -l This has been working fine for a year. Now I move into a new ...