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This program scans given subnets at specified intervals, and tracks when they last responded to a ping request. It features a PHP web interface and a perl daemon for the scanning. Please contact me if you are interested in contributing.
This is a terminal command to show you your different IP Addresses. Usage: ip [-i] [-w] [-e] [-6] -i Internal Ethernet IP Address -w Internal Wireless IP Address -e External IP Address -6 Use IPv6 [ Not working for external IPs ] Note: If no options are given, external address is returned.
Latest Revision: 44 (28-Jun-08) IntroductionWhy didn't Microsoft include an IP address control in the stock toolbox for Visual Studio .NET? I needed something similar to the MFC CIPAddressCtrl class in a C# application recently, and was forced to roll my own. I tried to mimic the behavior ... [More]
Hear ye, people of the world. This may be released under BSD license, but please contribute back if you find any bugs. Coffee would be appreciated too.
scala-ipv4 is a Scala library for IPv4 related concepts such as IP addresses, network masks, address pools, etc. Key ConceptsIpAddressIpAddress represents an IPv4 address. val address = new IpAddress("192.168.0.1")IpAddress can be used to make calculations on IP addresses, such as ... [More]
IP WatchCreated to help tell when your ISP changes your IP address. This program will: Check your outside IP address based on a user defined interval. Send an email notification to the user telling them that the IP address has changes and what it has changed to.
jnetscan is a simple java network scanner, it allows you to scan networks, find reachable hosts , opened ports and sheared resources, with additional functions (ping, trace route, netstat, send message, ...).
This project will provide supplemental tools for agile enterprise Java development. The intent here is not to compete with existing frameworks, but to extend them in useful directions. We will contribute source code upstream to the appropriate projects where that makes sense. Sometimes, though ... [More]