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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. View and change your network location from Alfred. Installation Download the workflow from Packal or GitHub. Usage netloc [<query>] — Show list of network locations filtered by <query> if one is specified ↩ — Activate selected network location ⌘+↩ — Open Network Preferences ​Note: You will probably be asked to enter your password to change the network location. Licence This workflow is released under the MIT Licence.
  3. Measure internet speed with speedtest.net service Usage: speedserv 10 – show 10 nearest servers, press enter to test speed speedtest – test speed with nearest server speedtest 232 – test speed with server id 232 Results displayed in notification. Server list is cached and periodically updated automatically. Speedtest-cli included. Download on packal direct link Update log 24.03.2014 – fixed bug with cache 25.03.2014 – changed cache from 5 days to 10 min
  4. Hello. It is a simple workflow to manage Tunnelblick connections. Type vpn and it displays all the Tunnelblick connections. You can narrow the list by typing part of the connection name. Select the connection and press enter to toggle its state. Packal Page GIF with demo: Hope it will be useful for anyone besides me.
  5. 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
  6. Description Check Whether a TCP port is open or closed Dependencies Python>=2.7 Source Code: Github https://github.com/moul/alfred-workflow-pingport Download Links Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/pingport Direct link: https://github.com/moul/alfred-workflow-pingport/raw/master/PingPort.alfredworkflow License MIT
  7. Nloc - network location switcher for Alfred I use the OS X `network locations` feature quite often. It allows me to comfortably switch between networks, without setting the proxies, DNS and other parameters every time. So I wrote this workflow to do it even faster. Usage: nloc network_location_name Workflow supports autocompletion of known network locations: Download: Up-to-date workflow bundles can be downloaded here. NOTE: Due to changes in security policy on OS X 10.8, system _will_ ask you for your password after executing the workflow. OS X 10.7 system won't ask for your password since it doesn't require the `networksetup` command to be executed with super user privileges.
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