two connections to same IP address/port from windows XP

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    Hello All,

    In my work environment, we were doing an root cause analysis for an application issue.

    As part of that, our application vendor advised that 2 "active" connections were established from an WIN XP machine to Application server/port which had caused this production issue.

    But, when I checked the machine using "netstat" command in command prompt from the problem machine (when the problem was ongoing), it showed me only one entry for that IP/PORT and showed as "Connection established".

    Does WINXP only show 1 entry even though multiple connections were established?

    Can someone clarify this?

    Thanks in Advance,
    Sundar.
     
    sundarkudos, May 26, 2014
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    Thanks Elizabeth.

    1st link says only about the commands in command prompt.

    Also, I had gone thru different keyword search in Google but no help :(

    Is anything you can assist me further?

    Thanks,
    Sundar.
     
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