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  1. Laughalotkpg

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    When using netstat -es command. Is there supposed to see packets sent and recieved if Im not using ethernet?
     
  2. lunarlander

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    The netstat command shows network traffic, which is everything. Ethernet and WiFi are hardware level technologies. And netstat cannot distinguish between the two.
     
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