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Windows Services for UNIX

This is not a Windows blog.  However, I wanted to mention a Microsoft product called Windows Services for UNIX.   This is a Windows Add-on that provides some UNIX interoperability.
It provides things like; Password Syncronization between Windows and UNIX, a Telnet Server, Remote Shell execution Services, a NFS Server, a NFS Client, and more.
I’ve only used [...]

COTD: netstat - Print network connections, routing tables, interface statistics, masquerade connections, and multicast memberships

The COTD for today is the netstat command.
The netstat command prints network connections, routing tables, interface statistics,  and a bunch of other goodies that are helpful in managing any UNIX box.
One of the common uses of netstat is to show the systems routing table.  This is done by the “netstat -r” command.
$ netstat -nr
Kernel IP [...]