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How do I do to get my own IP-adress?
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Hi t03mk,

Go to F.Piette's place and download his card-ware library ICP.

Look at the TWSocket component and use LocalIPList.

Or if you want to use D3 internet components, then use TCustomWinsocket and use property LocalAddress

Regards, Zif.


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Oops, forgot F.Piette's webpage url :
http://www.rtfm.be/fpiette/indexuk.htm

I must say, these are my favorite internet components.
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Or if you're in D4 you can, similarly, use the new TPowerSock component and simply use its LocalIP property.  

Example: Form1.Caption := PowerSock1.LocalIP;
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