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Delphi code to enumerate all NICs in win32 and retrieve traffic amount etc for each

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Hi,

The subject says most of it.  I'm using delphi XE3.

Does it exist libraries or example code that can enumerate every network
interface detected in winxp - win8 and let me retrieve its traffic
counter's amount, name and status?

Thanks a lot for help on this issue

best regards Tor
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All kind of information you can gather with wmi calls. Look here:
http://theroadtodelphi.wordpress.com/category/networking/
... there are plenty of sample of how to get those informations using wmi.
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