IP Monitor 1.3.2
With IP Monitor, you just press command-c to copy your IP number to the clipboard, making it easy to post to your friends on IRC or e-mail.
With IP Monitor, you don't have to open the TCP/IP (or MacTCP) control panel to view your Mac's IP address. Also, IP Monitor allows you to copy the current IP network (or subnet mask) address to the clipboard, where it can be pasted directly to most applications and documents.
IP Monitor is especially useful to people connected to the Internet via the PPP or SLIP protocols, whenever IP addressing is provided dynamically by the host server.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
IP Monitor requires System 7 as well as an IP network driver such as Open Transport or MacTCP.
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