Getting a public IP address when connected to a router

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Sun Dec 19 17:17:41 EST 2010


Hi Medard,

I'm sure there are many different ways to solve this little problem. For instance, you can make a little faceless application, which uploads your IP address to your server every time it changes.

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On 19 dec 2010, at 23:04, Medard wrote:

> Mark Schonewille <m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com> wrote:
> 
>> What's the problem, Medard? Just don't count your own IP address.
>> 
>> if myIP is not "123.123.123.123" then...
> 
> You're right, Mark...
> but a well known motto here in France is: 
> "pourquoi faire simple, quand on peut faire compliqué"
> (what's the need to make things simple, as it's so easy to make them
> complicated)
> 
> joke apart, the problem is I don't have a fixed IP*, it may vary, within
> some limits
> 
> 
> * due to my ISP, Orange ;-)






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