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JavaScript To displays your IP address

 
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Hi,
does anybody no how to get JavaScript to displays your PC's IP address.
 
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I found this little script that uses Java along with Javascript, but it only works on Netscape. I haven't seen anything that works on IE yet. I do know you can do this with ASP using server variables, and I am sure JSP has something similar to that, but I haven't worked with JSP yet.
Anyway, here is the Netscape version:
if ((navigator.appVersion.indexOf("4.") != -1) && (navigator.appName.indexOf("Netscape") != -1)){
ip = "" + java.net.InetAddress.getLocalHost().getHostAddress();
document.write("Your IP address is " + ip);
}
else {
document.write("IP Address only shown in Netscape with Java enabled!");
First checks to see if you have Netscape 4.0 or above and then it gets your IP. If I run across something for IE I will pass that along.
Bill
 
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Thanks Bill,
I'm currently using IE5 and Netscape, so any further help would
be appreciated.
 
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