ss is :
This comes in iproute package in Fedora. So, to install this you would need to install “iproute” if not installed already.
sudo yum install iproute
Now, once you have done that you can look at the man page to check what all you can see with ss. but here are some examples:
#list all sockets ss -ant ss -art #List all listening sockets ss -anl # Show detailed information and memory for all listening sockets ss -anlme # Display all udp sockets ss -u -a
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