On 15 Apr 1996 07:26:57 GMT in comp.os.linux.networking,
: What is the best way to locally determine what IP address I
: was assigned when I dialed in? Can I somehow use chat to set
: a global env variable?
: Thanks for any hints.
That is my solution of your problem:
[ ... ]
# mode that it prints your IP address
get $locip remote 30
print The IP-adress is $locip
if $errlvl != 0 goto prompt_error
[ ... ]
print VERBINDUNG zu $remote mit der Adresse ---> $locip
You have to edit this in your dip-script.
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my ISP provides me with a dynamic ip address. I'm using a wireless LAN
router made by SMC to connect to the internet. I want to get to know the
public ip address from a computer that is located in the local network
behind the router's firewall. But, of course, the router's NAT replaces the
public ip address with the local one.
How do I get to know the public ip address the ISP gave me?
Currently, I'm not using Linux. But I consider to set up a Linux box that
will be accessible from the internet. I guess, this problem is not
platform-dependent. Unfortunately, my router does not have a telnet
interface or any other interface that would provide me with the public ip
address. Only, if login to the web interface manually, I can see the current
status including the current ip address.
Can I solve this problem with standard TCP/IP tools? "ping" does not give
any evidence -- I was sniffing with Ethereal to miss no information.
Do I need help from an external system that can tell me my ip address? Is
there a service, I can use?
Thanks in advance,