Sunday, December 18, 2011

One liners for retrieving Windows TCP/IP and IP Address information

One liners for retrieving Windows IP Address information from Powershell v3.0:
  • gwmi -class Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration | % {if ($_.IPAddress -ne $null) {$input}}
  • gwmi -class Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration | % {if ($_.IPAddress -ne $null) {$input}} | fl *
  • gwmi -class Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration | % {if ($_.IPAddress -ne $null) {$input | Select -ea 0 IP,DHCP,DNS,WINS}}
  • gwmi -class Win32_NetworkAdapter |  % {If ($_.NetEnabled) {$input | Select Caption, Name, Speed, TimeOflastReset,Net*}}
  • gwmi -class Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration | % {If ($_.IPAddress -ne $null) {write "$($_.caption) $($_.IPAddress) $($_.SettingID)"}}
  • gwmi -class Win32_PerfRawData_Tcpip_NetworkInterface | % {if ($_.BytesReceivedPersec -ne 0) {write "$($_.Name) $($_.BytesReceivedPersec) $($_.BytesSentPersec)"} }
and a function for retrieve 'PropertySets' of IP information for a list of computers; provided that you can make remote Powershell connectivity work:


function Global:Show-IPinfo {
[CmdletBinding()]
    Param(
        [Parameter(ValueFromPipeline=$true)]
        [array]$HostList=@("localhost"),
[array]$PropertySets=@("IP","DHCP","DNS")
)
$HostList | % {

$HostIP=gwmi -computer $input -class Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration | 
% {if ($_.IPAddress -ne $null) {$input}}

$PropertySets | 
% {foreach ($i in ($HostIP.$input).ReferencedPropertyNames) {write "$($i) : $($HostIP.$i)"}}

}
}

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