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Re: 'netstat -tu' shows unexpected outbound connection



I found out why.

The outbound IP address belongs to a Windows NT machine for a
shared drive.

My paranoia.

Yuelin.


-- Yuelin Li wrote --|Mon (Nov/15/2010)[04:42]|--:
   "netstat -tu" shows a connection to 172.22.202:microsoft-ds.
   This connection is there all the time, even after I have
   closed all web browers and network connections I know of.  I
   still can't think of any reason why I am connected to
   172.22.202.*.  My firestarter GUI shows the full IP address
   being 172.22.202.35, via port 445.  'host 172.22.202.35' says
   "not found".
   
   Is this something I should worry about?  I can't seem to get
   rid of it by temporarily stopping services.
   
   I am running Debian Lenny x86-64, with Samba installed (but
   stopped at the time of running netstat below).
   
   Many thanks,
   
   Yuelin.
   --------------------------
   $ netstat -tu
   Active Internet connections (w/o servers)
   Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address           Foreign Address         State      
   tcp        0      0 my.own.ip.add:37306     172.22.202:microsoft-ds ESTABLISHED
   udp        0      0 localhost:53855         localhost:53855         ESTABLISHED
   
    
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