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Determining if a LAN connection is connected

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obrienj

I need to determine if a LAN connection if "connected" or not. I would like to be able to examine the information that is usually displyed in the "Network Connections" without issuing command and scaning the resulting window.

Is there a way to do this? Specifically, I need to determine if a VPN (OpenVPN) "TAP-Win32 Adapter" is connected.

Regards,

Jim

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Shevilie

Well a Lan could be checked by simply requsting the IP...


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I need to determine if a LAN connection if "connected" or not. I would like to be able to examine the information that is usually displyed in the "Network Connections" without issuing command and scaning the resulting window.

Is there a way to do this? Specifically, I need to determine if a VPN (OpenVPN) "TAP-Win32 Adapter" is connected.

Regards,

Jim

run ipconfig and scan the result.


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