The column headings generated by the Nbtstat utility have the following meanings.
Number of bytes received.
Number of bytes sent.
Whether the connection is from the computer (outbound) or from another system
to the local computer (inbound).
The remaining time that a name table cache entry will live before it is purged.
The local NetBIOS name associated with the connection.
The name or IP address associated with the remote computer.
Refers to the type of name. A name can either be a unique name or a group name.
Each NetBIOS name is 16 characters long. This last byte often has special
significance since the same name may be present several times on a computer
differing only in the last byte. This notation is simply the last byte converted to
hexadecimal. <20> is a space in ASCII for example.
The state of NetBIOS connections. The possible states are: