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Hi All,

    Iam doing socket programming in vc++ in that  I want to display all the IP Address in the domain using VC++ any body have idea for this.
Thanks in Advance
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SureshPadmanabhan

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Use  NetQueryDisplayInformation() to enumerate the domain and gethostbyname() to get the ip address, inet_ntoa() to print it.

This code is derived from an MSDN sample:

#define UNICODE
#include <windows.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <lm.h>

void main( int argc, char *argv[ ] )
{
   WORD wVersionRequested;
   WSADATA wsaData;
   int err;
 
   wVersionRequested = MAKEWORD( 2, 2 );
 
   err = WSAStartup( wVersionRequested, &wsaData );
   
   PNET_DISPLAY_MACHINE pBuff, p;
   DWORD res, dwRec, i = 0;
   //
   // You can pass a NULL or empty string
   //  to retrieve the local information.
   //
   TCHAR szServer[255]=TEXT("");

   if(argc > 1)
      //
      // Check to see if a server name was passed;
      //  if so, convert it to Unicode.
      //
      MultiByteToWideChar(CP_ACP, 0, argv[1], -1, szServer, 255);

   do // begin do
   {
      //
      // Call the NetQueryDisplayInformation function;
      //   specify information level 2 (individual machine information).
      //
      res = NetQueryDisplayInformation(szServer, 2, i, 1000, MAX_PREFERRED_LENGTH, &dwRec, (PVOID *)&pBuff);
      //
      // If the call succeeds,
      //
      if((res==ERROR_SUCCESS) || (res==ERROR_MORE_DATA))
      {
         p = pBuff;
         for(;dwRec>0;dwRec--)
         {
            char name[256];
            sprintf(name, "%S", p->usri2_name); // convert from unicode
            name[strlen(name)-1] = 0; // get rid of trailing '$'
            struct hostent * he = gethostbyname(name);
            if (he) {
              struct sockaddr_in sa;
              memcpy(&(sa.sin_addr),he->h_addr,he->h_length);

              printf("Name: %s IP addr: %s\n",name,  inet_ntoa(sa.sin_addr));
            }
            else {
              printf("Name: %s IP addr: %s\n",name,  "NULL");
            }

 
            //
            // If there is more data, set the index.
            //
            i = p->usri2_next_index;
            p++;
         }
         //
         // Free the allocated memory.
         //
         NetApiBufferFree(pBuff);
      }
      else
         printf("Error: %u\n", res);
   //
   // Continue while there is more data.
   //
   } while (res==ERROR_MORE_DATA); // end do
   return;
}
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