Using -p Option

Using -p Option

When you use the -p option with the netstat command, it shows the connection for protocol defined by

proto. The syntax of the command is:

netstat -p [proto]

In the preceding syntax, simply replace the [proto netstat -p TCP section with appropriate entries. For example:

netstat –p TCP

Usually the -p option is used with the -s, option. It shows the per-protocol statistics that may be IP, IPv6, ICMP, ICMPv6, TCP, UDP, TCPv6, or UDPv6. For example, the syntax of the command is.

netstat –s – p TCP

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