bash: netstat: command not found.

You may face the below error on your Linux OS if you haven’t installed the netstat command installed.

bash: netstat: command not found

You can run the following command to fix this issue.

Centos

yum install net-tools

Ubuntu/Debian

sudo apt install net-tools

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