Useful network commands

I keep forgetting all the useful Unix commands for examining a network. Things like netstat, lsof, dig.
this article,
although fairly Mac-specific, is a good quick reminder of those useful commands.

It also mentioned a new one I hadn’t heard before: stroke, which seems to be like nmap, letting you scan ports on hosts.
I think nmap is more powerful though.

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rae

Mac developer

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