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Troubleshooting Slow Broadband

December 21, 2017

"Are you downloading something?", my wife asked when her YouTube video kept stalling. "Not me", I assured her.

 

 

But then I noticed a port light on my broadband router going nuts, and that port was connected to my Windows computer. What the heck is going on?

 

In this video we cover a quick way to find a Windows program that's causing unexpected network load.

 

 

To find the executable associated with the same TCP port on an RHEL machine we can use netstat -np | grep 52794

 

Best regards...Paul

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