I'm looking for an easy way to programmatically extract the private IPv4 address(es) of a computer. Something similar to this question, but restricted to private IPs. As an example, I can extract ...
Is there an easy way to programmatically extract IP address, without tedious parsing of ifconfig? I would not mind simple command output processing using sed to do it but not processing multiline ...
How can I assign the IP address of eth0 to an environment variable, say $ip, as easily as possible? Update: Distro is Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS.
This script scans IP's and returns a status of Up or Down. How can I alter it so it doesn't scan everything twice? As it sits it scans everything and returns the "Up" addresses only and then scans all ...
$ nmap -n -iR 0 -sL > RANDOM-IPS-TMP.txt $ grep -o "[0-9]*\.[0-9]*\.[0-9]*\.[0-9]*" RANDOM-IPS-TMP.txt | egrep -v "10.*|172.[16-32].*|192.168.*|[224-255].*" > RANDOM-IPS.txt egrep: Invalid ...