The netstat command displays active port mappings, name resolution information, and links for the specified container.

Usage: turbo netstat <container>

<options> available:
     --format=VALUE         Use json format for output


> turbo run --route-add=tcp://80:0 --route-add=tcp://8081:0 --hosts=localhost:lhost --link=0218:service -d <image> 63621076457c4b4fb7fff3fcbfda06b1
> turbo netstat 6362

Active port mappings:

Name resolution overrides:
localhost lhost

Container links:
021833f5b86c4a80980eff9e5e9f39e2 as service

Note: only active port mappings are printed. Since the container in the example did not expose any service on tcp port 8081, the mapping corresponding to flag --route-add=tcp://8081:0 was not present in the output.

JSON output

When --format=json option was passed this command will provide output in JSON format. It will contain ports, dns and containerLinks arrays with information about container or an error object if command failed.