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Hi everyone, I ran 'netstat -ap' and noticed something I am unfamiliar with: udp 0 0 *:mdns *:* 946/avahi-daemon: r I checked man netstat for reference, but couldn't find anything ...
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    Help with netstat


    Hi everyone,


    I ran 'netstat -ap' and noticed something I am unfamiliar with:

    udp 0 0 *:mdns *:* 946/avahi-daemon: r

    I checked man netstat for reference, but couldn't find anything referring to the 'r'.

    Does anyone know what the 'r' after 'avahi-daemon: ' signifies?

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    Hello and welcome!

    I have moved your thread to the Networking forum, where it will hopefully get more eyes on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gothams_Shadow View Post
    I checked man netstat for reference, but couldn't find anything referring to the 'r'.

    Does anyone know what the 'r' after 'avahi-daemon: ' signifies?
    Not sure. Perhaps the verbose and/or extend options will help?
    Code:
    netstat -apvee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gothams_Shadow View Post
    I checked man netstat for reference, but couldn't find anything referring to the 'r'.

    Does anyone know what the 'r' after 'avahi-daemon: ' signifies?
    I usually see this when it's telling you the name of a user.
    Code:
    tcp        0      0 pegasus.corp.enterp:ssh soho73-162.sohone:28312 ESTABLISHED 11115/sshd: krendos
    That's the best I can offer you.

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