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Re: $netstat -a

On Tue, Apr 23, 2002 at 12:04:39PM -0700, Jeff wrote:
> This means that you have a process that's listening for anything
> for that protocol.  Usually this is a firewall with rules
> specific to icmp and tcp in this case.  
I had read something similar to that before. 

My problem is finding which process it is that is listening for 
such traffic. At the moment I have no firewall operating on my 

I found the following and wonder whether if it is of any help:

 *Re: raw socket *:6
 *David S. Miller (davem@dm.cobaltmicro.com)
 *Sat, 16 May 1998 13:12:44 -0700
 *about the mid 2.1.90's of linux-kernel
 *raw socket with local address 0:6 appeared
 *in netstat and /proc/net/raw.
 *it's companion, 0:1 has been there for a while.
 *does anyone know its function?
 **They are internal kernel sockets used to transmit anonymous ICMP and
 **TCP reset packets.

thanks again.



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