How does Sysinternal suite monitor TCP endpoints?

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Hello.  I'm not much of a techy person and I need help.  I'm trying to use Windows Sysinternals Suite for troubleshooting purposes.  How does Sysinternal suite monitor TCP endpoints using TCPView?  I'm on a Windows XP 64 bit system.  Thanks in advance.

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How does Sysinternal suite monitor TCP endpoints?

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Hi Emileekeila,

This TCP endpoints and TCPView can only view the internet connectivity and the rate of the internet activity of your router by now, if you want to know if you have internet connection or not, you have the freedom to use the software to monitor your internet connection

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How does Sysinternal suite monitor TCP endpoints?

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Hello Emile

Sysinternals Suite is a complete set of tools for troubleshooting.  The suite contains also a TCP View utility.

The TCP View Utility will show listings of all TCP endpoints on your system including remote addresses and TCP connections.

In Windows XP it also shows the name of the process that owns each endpoint.

I hope you will find this information useful.

Randolph

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