How do I check current established connections and network utilization of my VPS?

Windows VPS

 

For current established connections and processes:

 

  1. Go to Run

  2. Type cmd, hit Enter

    Open Command Prompt

  3. In command prompt type command, netstat -o and hit Enter

    Type Command "netstat-o" to Check Established Connections

 

For live network utilization:

 

  1. Right click on TaskBar, select Task Manager

    Open Task Manager

  2. Click on Resource Monitoring

  3. Click on Network utilization

    Select Network Utilization Option to View Network Utilization

  4. You will see bandwidth consuming processes along with send/receive bytes.

Linux VPS

 

  1. Login to VPS through SSH

  2. Type command netstat -tap and hit Enter

    Type Command "netstat -tap" to View Real Time Traffic

  3. Here, you will see real-time send/receive traffic including process-IDs statistics.

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