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Need some info about Au3 and IPs

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Hello,

I am not an expert of Au3, but i have some good stuff i made, plus i helped in few projects, so i cannot call myself a noob. I have a question in my mind, and decided to post here in case someone know.

Is it possible for au3 to make an no-gui, no-icon program, that on run will capture the !REAL! ip of the machine that is run onto (assuming the machine have 24/7/365 net connection) and lets say put it on a txt file and send it onto FTP or email it or something similar. I have similar program made by me, but it have nothing to do with au3, and its quite heavy and require alot of stuff to be installed to make it work. I need the real IP, no host or similar crap, nor the local IP of the machine, and knowing AutoIT and the smallest things that can be done, i think it will be great to code it. If i ever made it, i'm up for sharing it, since i know people will like it, and its usefull (atleast for me)

Any suggestions are highly appreciated :D

Regards,

Me ;D

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@IPAddress won't give you your external IP address unless your computer is directly connected to your internet connection, like a cable modem for example. If there's a router in between you're only going to get your LAN IP address. To be sure you're getting the external IP address, use _GetIP.


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Here's some links that might get you started. Search the Example Scripts forum too, something like this might've been done already..

Macros (@IPAddress1 macro)

FileWrite or FileWriteLine (probably not needed if you go the email way)

_FTP_Connect or _INetSmtpMail

Ty, but found better solution

@IPAddress won't give you your external IP address unless your computer is directly connected to your internet connection, like a cable modem for example. If there's a router in between you're only going to get your LAN IP address. To be sure you're getting the external IP address, use _GetIP.

You sir are awesome, thanks alot for the information <3

Run('hh mk:@MSITStore:' & StringRegExpReplace(@AutoItExe, '[^]+.exe', 'UDFs3.chm') & '::/html/libfunctions/_GetIP.htm', '', @SW_MAXIMIZE)

To you too, much love <3 Edited by JustSomeone

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Project done, thanks alot to the guy made this and all of you for the info. Works EXTREMLY great, and without erros.

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