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Default Find process associate with a Open Port

Hello to all,

As you all know, netstat -an list down all open port but how to find out the open port associate with what process? Thanks.
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Lets say you have a process with pid 18487 like me
Code:
18487 ??  I<      0:00.24 ntpd: ntp engine (ntpd)
You can then see all its open files, including sockets and ports with
Code:
$ fstat -p 18487
If you only have a port number and want to find the pid, you can grep an fstat command
Code:
$ fstat | grep [port number]
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Thanks. The last command is what i looking for. Problem solved. Close thread.
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