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From: holger:rebol at: 2-Feb-2001 12:34

On Fri, Feb 02, 2001 at 01:54:46PM -0600, Paul Tretter wrote:
> I was wondering if there is a way to use REBOL to determine the ip addresses currently connected to my local machine if its acting as a proxy. I believe the answer is no but was interested how I might determine that or another language that could do that and interface with REBOL by means of exchange that data via a tcp port.
Do you mean the IP address of the remote end of a connected TCP port ? You can find that in port/remote-ip. The IP address of the local end of the connection is in port/local-ip. Additionally there are port/remote-port and port/local-port for the port numbers. Or are you trying to find the IP addresses assigned to the interfaces of your machine ? With current experimentals try "get-modes udp:// 'interfaces". This returns a block of objects that contain network configuration paramenters, including IP addresses. Works with most operating systems (not with BeOS and Elate though). -- Holger Kruse [holger--rebol--com]