On Jul 28, 2015, at 5:27 PM, Bryan Dietz <bdietz400@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I wrote a NSTAT command that will output to a file. no job info but does other netstat is stuff included.
Carsten has a couple of nice utilities. This one does show job info:
this one is also good:
Steinmetz, Paul wrote on 7/28/2015 2:47 PM:
I need to document our port usage for 3rd party products for both production and R&D LPARs--
On our R&D LPAR, we have up to 7 environments, each environment could have its own set of ports, depending on the 3rd party product.
I ran a NETSTAT, F13 sort by local port, F6=Print list, for both LPARs.
Also using NETSTAT interactively, F13 sort by local port,
I then created an Excel spreadsheet, manually populated.
1) One problem is that sometimes I need to see the job, which is only obtained by drilling down, 8=Display jobs
Can't see this on the F6=Print list.
2) Another problem is that some processes do not always appear, port is closed after being used.
Is there another or better way to document port usage?
Small sample below.
Production MIS D1 Special Project IT TRP1 Upgrade
API Gateway 8601-8605 8601-8605 8401-8405 8901-8905 8301-8305 8501-8505 8701-8705 8801-8805
API Gateway UtilityPorts 8606-8649 8606-8649 8406-8449 8906-8949 8306-8349 8506-8549 8706-8749 8806-8849
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Pencor Services, Inc.
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