Get Interface's IP on Mac

ipconfig getifaddr <Interface>

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2009-08-10 15:04:44

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  • Shows the interface and the ip-address Show Sample Output


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    { if (/^[A-Za-z0-9]/) { interface=$1; next } else { if (/inet [Aa][d]*r/) { split($2,ip,":") } else { next } } print interface"\t: "ip[2] }
    gismo82 · 2010-12-14 15:38:25 0
  • Thanks to comment if that works or not... If you have already typed that snippet or you know you already have IO::Interface::Simple perl module, you can type only the last command : perl -e 'use IO::Interface::Simple; my $ip=IO::Interface::Simple->new($ARGV[0]); print $ip->address,$/;' <INTERFACE> ( The first perl command will install the module if it's not there already... )


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    x=IO::Interface::Simple; perl -e 'use '$x';' &>/dev/null || cpan -i "$x"; perl -e 'use '$x'; my $ip='$x'->new($ARGV[0]); print $ip->address,$/;' <INTERFACE>
    sputnick · 2009-12-13 02:23:40 6
  • From 'man netstat' "netstat -i | -I interface [-abdnt] [-f address_family] [-M core] [-N system] Show the state of all network interfaces or a single interface which have been auto-configured (interfaces statically configured into a system, but not located at boot time are not shown). An asterisk (``*'') after an interface name indicates that the interface is ``down''. If -a is also present, multicast addresses currently in use are shown for each Ethernet interface and for each IP interface address. Multicast addresses are shown on separate lines following the interface address with which they are associated. If -b is also present, show the number of bytes in and out. If -d is also present, show the number of dropped packets. If -t is also present, show the contents of watchdog timers."


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    netstat -an | grep -i listen
    scubacuda · 2009-02-19 19:27:49 3
  • My first command :) I made this command to log public addresses of a virtual interface who connects random VPN servers around the world. Show Sample Output


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    (date "+%d-%m-%Y %H:%M:%S";curl -s --interface lo:1 ifconfig.me| xargs -t geoiplookup 2>&1)|sed -e 's/geoiplookup/IP:/g' -e 's/GeoIP Country Edition/Country/g'|tr -s "\n" " "|sed 'a\ '
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Shouldn't it be 'ifconfig'? I'm confused now...
Timothee · 458 weeks and 3 days ago

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