joshm at taconic.net
Sat Jan 26 02:59:08 CET 2002
> thanks, but i think this also won't tell me my internet address, at
> least when i tried it just got my lan ip which is just 18.104.22.168 all
> the time.
In a DOS window, run winipcfg (win98) or ipconfig /all (win2k) and see what
it tells you. If you have *multiple* IP addresses (one for your dial-up and
one for your lan, maybe?), then socket.gethostname() will return *one* of
them, but it could be either of them. This is one of the nastier parts of
TCP, and has nothing to do with Python.
At the python command line, try this:
hostname = socket.gethostname()
addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(hostname, None)
ips = [x for x in addresses]
This should give you all of the IP addresses for your machine. It's your
problem to figure out which one is for your dialup provider. Don't assume
it'll always be the same index into this list.
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