I've got a quick question, hope someone can shed some light on this
I'm very new to linux, and am playing around with the system. I've
recently gotten it to hook up to a network to access the internet.
However, this network is a corporate intranet (ssshhh! don't tell
anyone!). Since the network is a Windows domain network, I don't know
what my linux box is transmitting thru the wires besides HTTP
requests. I don't want my machine to inadvertently transmit/broadcast
extra stuff that may jam up the network, or worse - bring it down.
I'm using Redhat 7.1 with all everything installed (server proggies
i.e. Apache, dev stuff, etc).
Is there some utility I can use to check what I'm transmitting thru
the network (ala netstat)? Any programs that by default uses network
connections to broadcast stuff?