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Determining IP Address via Visual Basic

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Is there a way to determine the cpu's IP Address in visual basic.  Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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by:saurabhgupta
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Hi jaster_96,
Not sure what you mean by CPU's IP address... mac address of the ethernet card?

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Hi jaster_96,
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Thanks for points ;-)
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