Check Subnet IP then run command based off it's value

I'm having some difficulty getting this to work, but I have 2 LANs .111 and .112 -- what I would like to have is a script that accomplishes the following:

Check local computer's IP address to determine subnet (192.168.x.0) and then execute a command based off whether the match is 111 or 112.

Hope that makes sense, thanks in advance!
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
$ipaddresses = get-netipaddress -AddressFamily IPv4 | select interfacealias,ipaddress
foreach ($ip in $ipaddresses) {
if ($ip.ipaddress -like '192.168.111.*')
{
write-output $ip.ipaddress
}
elseif ($ip.address -like '192.168.112.*')
    {
    Write-Output $ip.ipaddress
    }
    else {
    Write-Output ($ip.interfacealias + "     " + $ip.ipaddress)
    }
    }

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Bill PrewCommented:
Here is a BAT script approach that should get you started, just add the logic you need.

@echo off
setlocal

for /f "tokens=2 delims={};" %%A in ('wmic nicconfig get ipaddress /format:csv') do (
  for /f "tokens=3 delims=." %%B in ("%%~A") do (
    if "%%B" == "111" (
      echo 111 Found in IP address "%%~A"
      rem Add commands here...
    )
    if "%%B" == "112" (
      echo 112 Found in IP address "%%~A"
      rem Add commands here...
    )
  )
)

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~bp
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Uptime Legal SystemsAuthor Commented:
Both very good approaches!  Appreciate the technical expertise, gentlemen.
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