Is there a way to look at a specific port using a command line?

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Hi everyone! I'm looking for a way to examine the status of a port using the Microsoft Windows command line. I know there's NETSTAT that examines all ports but it's really slow so I want to look at one specific port.

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Use the net.stat combined with the -np flags and a pipe to the find or findstr commands.

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  • Genderhayes
    Plink is a command line application. This means that you cannot just double-click on its icon to run it and instead you have to bring up a console window. In Windows 95, 98, and ME, this is called an ‘MS DOS Prompt’, and in Windows NT, 2000, and XP, it is called a ‘Command Prompt’. It should be available from the Programs section of your Start Menu
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