Joep86

Get Ip Address of two different network cards

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Hi, 

How can I get ip addresses , subnet mask and default gateway of two different network cards . Network card 1 named admin , network card 2 = pxx.

and how can i save this data to a text file ?

Thanks in advance,

Joep

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Joep86,

Welcome to the AutoIt forum.

But please pay attention to where you post - the "AutoIt Projects and Collaboration" section where you started this thread is not for general support questions.  I have moved it for you, but would ask you to be more careful in future.

M23

 


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You can use my Network configuration UDF (it uses WMI Queries), here : https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/155539-network-configuration-udf/

It's also possible to read the value from the registry, or with GetAdaptersInfo from WinAPI

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