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Need help to find VPN address and display

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Hi all genius,

I Need help to find VPN address and display on GUI

Code should display address starting with 10.199.x.x and if not present then should display " VPN NOT CONNECTED ".

my code :

Local $sTestSegment = "10.199."

Local $sVPNAddress[0]="VPN NOT CONNECTED "

Local $sAll_IP = "," & @IPAddress1 & "," & @IPAddress2 &","& @IPAddress3 &","& @IPAddress4 & ","

Local $aMatches=StringRegExp($sAll_IP, ",(" & StringReplace($sTestSegment, ".", "\.") & ".+?),",3)

If

IsArray($aMatches)

then

$Input3 = GUICtrlCreateInput($aMatches[0], 232, 247, 145, 21,$ES_READONLY)]

Else

$Input3 = GUICtrlCreateInput("VPN NOT CONNECTED", 232, 247, 145, 21,$ES_READONLY)]

Thanks in advance

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Hi all genius,

I Need help to find VPN address and display on GUI

Code should display address starting with 10.199.x.x and if not present then should display " VPN NOT CONNECTED ".

my code :

Local $sTestSegment = "10.199."

Local $sVPNAddress[0]="VPN NOT CONNECTED "

Local $sAll_IP = "," & @IPAddress1 & "," & @IPAddress2 &","& @IPAddress3 &","& @IPAddress4 & ","

Local $aMatches=StringRegExp($sAll_IP, ",(" & StringReplace($sTestSegment, ".", "\.") & ".+?),",3)

If

IsArray($aMatches)

then

$Input3 = GUICtrlCreateInput($aMatches[0], 232, 247, 145, 21,$ES_READONLY)]

Else

$Input3 = GUICtrlCreateInput("VPN NOT CONNECTED", 232, 247, 145, 21,$ES_READONLY)]

Thanks in advance

What's it currently doing/not doing that's causing problems?

Mallie


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Does nothing shows syntax error

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Does nothing shows syntax error

Then simplify it.

Assuming you are running this on a local computer, that computer will likely only have 1 VPN address. In that case you only want to pick that one address out and display it:

Local $sTestSegment = "10.199"
Local $sVPNAddress= "VPN NOT CONNECTED"
Local $sMatches

If StringLeft(@IPADDRESS1, 6) = $sTestSegment Then 
    $sMatches = @IPADDRESS1
ElseIf StringLeft(@IPADDRESS2, 6) = $sTestSegment Then 
    $sMatches = @IPADDRESS2
ElseIf StringLeft(@IPADDRESS3, 6) = $sTestSegment Then 
    $sMatches = @IPADDRESS3
ElseIf StringLeft(@IPADDRESS4, 6) = $sTestSegment Then 
    $sMatches = @IPADDRESS4
Else
    $sMatches = "VPN NOT CONNECTED"
EndIf

Global $Input3 = GUICtrlCreateLabel($sMatches, 232, 247, 145, 21)

Once you've simplified it and got the info you want, then you can go in and condense the code if you need to.

Hope this helps.

Mal


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Thats why i call you all Genius..........................it worked

thanks a lot Mallie99 for help

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