[squeak-dev] Figuring out external IP addresses of network interfaces
smalltalker2 at mac.com
Sun Mar 5 04:47:03 UTC 2017
You can always use OSProcess/CommandShell to run netstat on Linux and MacOS. Do a search for OSProcess for more information.
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> On Mar 4, 2017, at 12:21, Edgar De Cleene <edgardec2005 at gmail.com> wrote:
> You could know your local and internet Ip
> I have this in Work (PasteUpMorph)
> "Report the public IP of this computer
> World reportPublicIP."
> | addrString m s stream |
> stream := HTTPSocket httpGet: 'http://checkip.dyndns.com'.
> stream upToAll: 'IP Address: '.
> stream := stream upTo: $<.
> Socket initializeNetwork.
> addrString := stream upTo: $<.
> m := RectangleMorph new
> color: (Color r: 0.6 g: 0.8 b: 0.6);
> extent: 118 at 36;
> borderWidth: 1.
> s := StringMorph contents: 'Public IP:'.
> s position: m position + (5 at 4).
> m addMorph: s.
> s := StringMorph contents: addrString.
> s position: m position + (5 at 19).
> m addMorph: s.
> self primaryHand attachMorph: m.
> For local
> Transcript show: NetNameResolver localHostAddress printString
>> On Mar 4, 2017, at 14:40, Hari Balaraman <hari.balaraman at icloud.com> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I was wondering if there is a way to figure out the IP addresses of various network interfaces on a host machine. I've looked at some traffic on the list from a few years ago (6-7 years ago) that appeared to indicate there was no way to do this. As far as I could tell, there was a workaround using (running regularly) shell script that would write interface information to a file that could then be scooped up by the image.
>> I was wondering if things have changed.
>> I'd like an application to be aware of and be able to provide the IP address and port it is listening on for requests from the outside world (not localhost.)
>> Thanks in advance.
>> Kind regards,
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