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well, if you just need IP addresses, this works on Win32 and Linux and doesn't require any external module:
my @ip = (); my($name,$aliases,$addrtype,$length,@addrs) = gethostbyname('localhost +'); # @addrs should contain the loopback - # you can skip it if you want foreach my $addr (@addrs) { push(@ip, join('.', unpack('C4', $addr))); } ($name,$aliases,$addrtype,$length,@addrs) = gethostbyname($name); # @addrs contains our public IP address(es) foreach my $addr (@addrs) { push(@ip, join('.', unpack('C4', $addr))); } foreach my $ip (@ip) { print $ip, "\n"; }

In reply to Re: List all network interfaces on the local machine? by dada
in thread List all network interfaces on the local machine? by mobiGeek

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