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Regex to parse netstat outputby miller (Acolyte)
|on Feb 04, 2004 at 10:17 UTC||Need Help??|
miller has asked for the
wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
im trying write a little code that checks if a open is open but it do not seem to work for me, i hope you can help
The problem is if i pick a number like "94" it get also "9494" BUT cuts off the first part of the ip-addr, so : 18.104.22.16894 So how i can define make sure it: 1) only picks the ones that matches precisely the port nummer? 2) and why do it cut of the first part of the ip-addr ?
the std output from a "netstat -an|grep 949"
The funny part ???
this looks right tho
Here is what i want:
EDIT::: Pasted the complete code and added some more stuff... This is really giving me a headache. EDIT:::
Thanks alot for the help. janitored by ybiC: Retitle from "Checking status of ports" for better searching, minor format cleanup for legibility
janitored by ybiC: Retitle from "Checking status of ports" for better searching, minor format cleanup for legibility