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Select Active TCPIP bound interface

How can I programatically determine the active TCPIP bound interfaces in Windows 2000?  I can get a list of bound interfaces via the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Linkage\Bind but it includes inactive entries.
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festusmuleCommented:
are you after the MAC addy of the active interface bound to that transport protocol?

IF so:
net config server
net config workstation

will give you this information from a cmd prompt

hope this helps




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stevensgbAuthor Commented:
I am looking for active interfaces that tcpip is bound to.  The workstation service is normally bound to the tcpip service and the "net config workstation" lists the active interfaces that the workstation is bound to (presumably through the tcpip service).  So this tool lists the active interfaces.  Now is there some way to get this from the registry or programitically?
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