I know you can do ifconfig | grep inet, but that shows you several IPv4 addresses. How do I get the specific one for SSHing et al?
How would I find out all the devices on my LAN by pinging them all in terminal? What would the code be?
My Mac Pro Cyrus (running 10.6.8 in 64 bit mode) keeps writing the same message (for different lengths) to the kernel.log file every second: cyrus kernel: in_delayed_cksum_offset: ip_len 36608 ...
I want to find out the IP address of my iPhone Hotspot connection. I can enable it, and connect to it with a laptop, etc - but I want the IP address so I can telnet to the iPhone (I've set up the ...
I've just recently changed the ISP and now have a cable modem, which only has one LAN port. Connecting here requires to use DHCP to get an IP address. Connecting my laptop works just fine and I get an ...
I've got an AirPort Extreme base station that I use for several computers and devices. I set it to configure IPv4 with DHCP, but there's a problem with that: The IP changes from time to time (as ...