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educating self on netstat - Dos etc

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#1 cyberabyss


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Posted 23 June 2005 - 01:10 PM

I have been trying to learn about dos and netstat etc.
One of the commands I ran in dos was "-es"
I have dial up, I do not understand how to read the information provide.
They are different numbers depending. Is this something that I control? or is this just from the ISP servers? I do not understand. (duh)

Bytes: 2455495 Received 856587 Sent
Unicast packets: 6800 Rec'd 6381 sent
Non Unicast packets: 111 Rec'd 111 sent
Discards: 0
Errors: 0
Unknown Protocols: 12 (sometimes higher)

Thanks for any help!


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