Getting Your IP Address
As an engineer, you may need to know what your current IP address is. You may need this for various config settings or to let the IT team know.
So, why not spend a few minutes today and set up a couple of TextExpander snippets so that you can easily get your IP address whenever you need it. It's pretty easy to setup.
External IP Address
This will show you the external IP address that the world sees. Thanks for applewriter.com for the fundamentals of getting the data.
(* Credit to www.applehelpwriter.com *) set myTemp to do shell script "mktemp -t txt" do shell script "curl -s http://checkip.dyndns.org &> " & myTemp & " &2> /dev/null" # CHANGE THE DELAY HERE... delay 3 set extIP to do shell script "sed 's/[a-zA-Z/<> :]//g' " & myTemp
Internal IP Address
This is you Internal IP that could be automatically generated from you internal router. Some machines might be configured to always use the same IP address.
set tIP to do shell script "ifconfig en0|grep 'inet '|cut -d ' ' -f 2"
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