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On commandline, you have the command Netstat

How to see on what port i listen with netstat ?

Thanks in advanced

-jaenster


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On commandline, you have the command Netstat

How to see on what port i listen with netstat ?

Thanks in advanced

-jaenster

Run the command with Run(), using the $STDOUT_CHILD option. Use StdOutRead() to get the output and filter it with string operations looking for "LISTENING".

Post your code if you need help or get stuck.

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On commandline, you have the command Netstat

How to see on what port i listen with netstat ?

Thanks in advanced

-jaenster

netstat -a

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