List all IP addresses connected to your Server

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Below is an Unix command to list all the IP addresses connected to your server on port 80.

```
netstat -tn 2>/dev/null | grep :80 | awk '{‌print $5}' | cut -d: -f1 | sort | uniq -c | sort -nr | head
```
Output – Total connections by IP, from highest to lowest.

```
97 114.198.236.100
56 67.166.157.194
44 170.248.43.76
38 141.0.9.20
37 49.248.0.2
37 153.100.131.12
31 223.62.169.73
30 65.248.100.253
29 203.112.82.128
29 182.19.66.187
```
Note
This command is useful to detect if your server is under attack, and null route those IPs. Read this null route attacker IP story.
Let break above lengthy command into pieces :

## 1. netstat -tn 2>/dev/null
Uses netstat to list all network connections, ins and outs.
```
-n – Display numeric only, don’t resolve into name.
-t – Display only TCP connections.
```
Output

```
#Examples - 7 connections
tcp 0 0 64.91.*.*:80 114.198.236.100:12763 TIME_WAIT
tcp 0 0 64.91.*.*:80 175.136.226.244:51950 TIME_WAIT
tcp 0 0 64.91.*.*:80 175.136.226.244:51951 TIME_WAIT
tcp 0 0 64.91.*.*:23 202.127.210.2:14517 TIME_WAIT
tcp 0 0 64.91.*.*:80 149.238.193.121:65268 TIME_WAIT
tcp 0 0 64.91.*.*:80 114.198.236.100:44088 ESTABLISHED
tcp 0 0 64.91.*.*:80 175.136.226.244:51952 TIME_WAIT
```
2>/dev/null
Redirect all unwanted output to /dev/null, a special place to absorb all output and clear it.
## 2. grep :80
Only display the IP address that connected to server on port 80.

```
tcp 0 0 64.91.*.*:80 114.198.236.100:12763 TIME_WAIT
tcp 0 0 64.91.*.*:80 175.136.226.244:51950 TIME_WAIT
tcp 0 0 64.91.*.*:80 175.136.226.244:51951 TIME_WAIT
tcp 0 0 64.91.*.*:80 149.238.193.121:65268 TIME_WAIT
tcp 0 0 64.91.*.*:80 114.198.236.100:44088 ESTABLISHED
tcp 0 0 64.91.*.*:80 175.136.226.244:51952 TIME_WAIT
```
## 3. awk ‘{‌print $5}’
Uses awk to display the 5th field only.

```
114.198.236.100:12763
175.136.226.244:51950
175.136.226.244:51951
149.238.193.121:65268
114.198.236.100:44088
175.136.226.244:51952
```
## 4. cut -d: -f1
Uses cut to extract the content.
-d – Character immediately following the -d option is use as delimiter, default is tab.
-f – Specifies a field list, separated by a delimiter.
```
114.198.236.100
175.136.226.244
175.136.226.244
149.238.193.121
114.198.236.100
175.136.226.244
```
## 5. sort | uniq -c | sort -nr
Sort the list, group it and sort it again in reverse order.

sort

```
114.198.236.100
114.198.236.100
149.238.193.121
175.136.226.244
175.136.226.244
175.136.226.244
```
uniq -c – Group it.

```
2 114.198.236.100
1 149.238.193.121
3 175.136.226.244
```
sort -nr – sort by numeric, and reverse order (highest display first)

```
3 175.136.226.244
2 114.198.236.100
1 149.238.193.121
```
Done.

## 6. head
This is optional, to display the first 10 result.

[via](https://mkyong.com/linux/list-all-ip-addresses-connected-to-your-server/) [via](https://www.cnblogs.com/movingcity/p/6428515.html)
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