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Smiley Re: Dringend : Netzwerkkarte + Netzwerkkartenadresse
Hallo,MAC Adress gibts mit GetMACAddress():Option ExplicitPublic Const NCBASTAT As Long = &H33Public Const NCBNAMSZ As Long = 16Public Const HEAP_ZERO_MEMORY As Long = &H8Public Const HEAP_GENERATE_EXCEPTIONS As Long = &H4Public Const NCBRESET As Long = &H32Public Type NET_CONTROL_BLOCK 'NCB ncb_command As Byte ncb_retcode As Byte ncb_lsn As Byte ncb_num As Byte ncb_buffer As Long ncb_length As Integer ncb_callname As String * NCBNAMSZ ncb_name As String * NCBNAMSZ ncb_rto As Byte ncb_sto As Byte ncb_post As Long ncb_lana_num As Byte ncb_cmd_cplt As Byte ncb_reserve(9) As Byte ' Reserved, must be 0 ncb_event As LongEnd TypePublic Type ADAPTER_STATUS adapter_address(5) As Byte rev_major As Byte reserved0 As Byte adapter_type As Byte rev_minor As Byte duration As Integer frmr_recv As Integer frmr_xmit As Integer iframe_recv_err As Integer xmit_aborts As Integer xmit_success As Long recv_success As Long iframe_xmit_err As Integer recv_buff_unavail As Integer t1_timeouts As Integer ti_timeouts As Integer Reserved1 As Long free_ncbs As Integer max_cfg_ncbs As Integer max_ncbs As Integer xmit_buf_unavail As Integer max_dgram_size As Integer pending_sess As Integer max_cfg_sess As Integer max_sess As Integer max_sess_pkt_size As Integer name_count As IntegerEnd Type Public Type NAME_BUFFER name As String * NCBNAMSZ name_num As Integer name_flags As IntegerEnd TypePublic Type ASTAT adapt As ADAPTER_STATUS NameBuff(30) As NAME_BUFFEREnd TypePublic Declare Function Netbios Lib "netapi32.dll" _ (pncb As NET_CONTROL_BLOCK) As Byte Public Declare Sub CopyMemory Lib "kernel32" Alias "RtlMoveMemory" _ (hpvDest As Any, ByVal _ hpvSource As Long, ByVal _ cbCopy As Long) Public Declare Function GetProcessHeap Lib "kernel32" () As LongPublic Declare Function HeapAlloc Lib "kernel32" _ (ByVal hHeap As Long, ByVal dwFlags As Long, _ ByVal dwBytes As Long) As Long Public Declare Function HeapFree Lib "kernel32" _ (ByVal hHeap As Long, _ ByVal dwFlags As Long, _ lpMem As Any) As LongPublic Function GetMACAddress() As String 'retrieve the MAC Address for the network controller 'installed, returning a formatted string Dim tmp As String Dim pASTAT As Long Dim NCB As NET_CONTROL_BLOCK Dim AST As ASTAT 'The IBM NetBIOS 3.0 specifications defines four basic 'NetBIOS environments under the NCBRESET command. Win32 'follows the OS/2 Dynamic Link Routine (DLR) environment. 'This means that the first NCB issued by an application 'must be a NCBRESET, with the exception of NCBENUM. 'The Windows NT implementation differs from the IBM 'NetBIOS 3.0 specifications in the NCB_CALLNAME field. NCB.ncb_command = NCBRESET Call Netbios(NCB) 'To get the Media Access Control (MAC) address for an 'ethernet adapter programmatically, use the Netbios() 'NCBASTAT command and provide a "*" as the name in the 'NCB.ncb_CallName field (in a 16-chr string). NCB.ncb_callname = "* " NCB.ncb_command = NCBASTAT 'For machines with multiple network adapters you need to 'enumerate the LANA numbers and perform the NCBASTAT 'command on each. Even when you have a single network 'adapter, it is a good idea to enumerate valid LANA numbers 'first and perform the NCBASTAT on one of the valid LANA 'numbers. It is considered bad programming to hardcode the 'LANA number to 0 (see the comments section below). NCB.ncb_lana_num = 0 NCB.ncb_length = Len(AST) pASTAT = HeapAlloc(GetProcessHeap(), HEAP_GENERATE_EXCEPTIONS _ Or HEAP_ZERO_MEMORY, NCB.ncb_length) If pASTAT = 0 Then Debug.Print "memory allocation failed!" Exit Function End If NCB.ncb_buffer = pASTAT Call Netbios(NCB) CopyMemory AST, NCB.ncb_buffer, Len(AST) tmp = Format$(Hex(AST.adapt.adapter_address(0)), "00") & " " & _ Format$(Hex(AST.adapt.adapter_address(1)), "00") & " " & _ Format$(Hex(AST.adapt.adapter_address(2)), "00") & " " & _ Format$(Hex(AST.adapt.adapter_address(3)), "00") & " " & _ Format$(Hex(AST.adapt.adapter_address(4)), "00") & " " & _ Format$(Hex(AST.adapt.adapter_address(5)), "00") HeapFree GetProcessHeap(), 0, pASTAT GetMACAddress = tmpEnd Function'--end block--'Wie Du den Namen der Karte herausfindest, kann ich Dir auf die schnelle auch nicht sagen, aber vielleicht liest Du die Daten auf andere Weise mit o.g. Funktion aus.Bis denneIngmar

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