inet:getiflist() behaviour in Windows
Sun Aug 7 19:36:32 CEST 2005
Stephen Han <> wrote:
>This is what I did in Linux (gentoo with kernel 2.6.10)
>And this what I did in Windows XP
>Both of them running R10B-6.
>Is this work as designed or not?
I don't know about "designed", but looking at e.g. the useless output of
"netstat -r" on Windows, it's what I would expect.
Windows gurus, do interfaces in Windows actually have names, that can be
used for something (programmatically)? And if so, why are interfaces
"named" by their IP address?
More information about the erlang-questions