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  1. Just a quick bash workflow that might come in handy: the workflow queries "What's My IP Address?" in order to find your external IP and uses ifconfig to find your internal one(s). If you select one of them, then the IP address will be copied to your clipboard. Find it on Packal.
  2. As requested in this thread: http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/3711-get-ip-address-of-hostname-eg-stagenewsitecom/ A simple workflow that looks up the IP address for any domain name or looks up the server address of a given IP address. First workflow! Bug reports and feature requests welcome. http://www.packal.org/workflow/web-ip-address Usage: ip example.com whois
  3. Here's a workflow to provide info about the network interfaces and the wifi connection. Type "ip" to show the ip and mac addresses of your interfaces as well as your current external ip address (maybe the address of your proxy). Type "wifi" to get the name, authentication mode and channel of your current wifi connection. Selecting any of the result items copies its value to the clipboard. Download Network Info
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