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comment Understanding the netstat command output
...thanks but ...1. i think u didn't understand my first question...i know that -n gives numerical output...what i am saying is that when i used netstat -n entries of second form were displayed as ip addresses but the entry row corresponding 0.0.0.0:134 was not there...i.e. in tcp protocol first column contained just 127.0.0.1:1107 and 226.178.166.149:1104..... 2. also i read that ports above 1024 are used only for connections with remote computers ...but in first row my computer connects to itself using a port above 1024
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