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Get the IP's list

tsirakua
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Hi!!

How can I get the IPs addresses in a machine than have more than one IP?
I was used some functions than I founded in the internet than use API calls and functions well, but only gives me one IP.
I'm connected to a LAN and to a MAN with the same machine. The IP than returns me the scripts than I downloaded is the IP from the LAN and I need both, the IP from the LAN and in some times the IP from the MAN.

Thanks in advance!
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You shold be able to get it from registry ...
just open regedit and do a find for the IP addresses that are defined for your PC....
and the use PB functions to get the registry value...........

--VIkas
Pls refer this page : http://www.windowsitlibrary.com/Content/69/01/9.html

Regards,
Vikas
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Please see if these links help:

http://eric.aling.tripod.com/PB/tips/pbtip14.htm
https://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/PowerBuilder/Q_20850468.html


FUNCTION boolean GetComputerNameA(ref string cname,ref long nbuf) LIBRARY "Kernel32.dll"

AND IN YOUR SCRIPT  use  this

string ls_compname
long ll_buf
ll_buf = 255
ls_compname = space(ll_buf)
GetComputerNameA(ls_compname, ll_buf)

Regards-
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