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Windows netstat application

, 19 May 2003
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Windows netstat application.

Introduction

This sample application is a full featured Windows version of the popular netstat program. There are filters for protocol, connection states, port and remote IP. There are also options for continuous update, a log file, and email notification.

This application demonstrates a dialog bases MFC application, use of the IPHlpApi, and the use of MAPI (Mail API). A couple of functions have been hacked out of the netstat.cpp code created by mmiller@hick.org.

Sample screenshot

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Rod VanAmburgh
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United States United States
I enjoy working with C#, Java, Perl and C++

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Questionexecuting "netstat -ano | find "SERVER_PORT" " PinmemberMember 109995447-Aug-14 19:22 
Questionre: cant open PinmemberMember 101427855-Jul-13 22:50 
GeneralMy vote of 5 PinmemberGiovefi20-Sep-12 13:38 
Generalkernel level Pinmemberhimanshupareek22-Oct-08 1:47 
Generalgood idea... but PinmembereRRaTuM2-Jan-07 1:02 
Generalhelp me Pinsussdeepina17-Jan-05 22:22 
GeneralRe: help me PinmemberRod VanAmburgh19-Jan-05 17:11 
GeneralGet Process ID too Pinmembersyedmuradali22-Sep-03 11:35 
GeneralRe: Get Process ID too Pinsussvanamburghrod@wmconnect.com22-Sep-03 18:47 
GeneralRe: Get Process ID too Pinmembersyedmuradali22-Sep-03 20:55 
GeneralHmm.... PinmemberBill Sanarwanto21-May-03 1:18 

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