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NAME

Cocoa::NetworkChange - Checking network connection for OS X

SYNOPSIS

  use Cocoa::EventLoop;
  use Cocoa::NetworkChange;

  on_network_change(sub {
      my $wlan = shift;
      # on connected
      if ($wlan->{ssid} && $wlan->{ssid} =~ /aterm/) {
          # ...
      }
  }, sub {
      # on disconnected
  });

  Cocoa::EventLoop->run;

DESCRIPTION

Cocoa::NetworkChange checks network connection in real time. You can do something when you connected to a certain Wi-Fi network.

Note that if you disconnected with PPPoE authentication, Cocoa::NetworkChange guesses that it's connected to the network.

FUNCTIONS

on_network_change($connect_cb, [$disconnect_cb])

Call the callback on network connected or disconnected.

  on_network_change(sub {
      my $wlan = shift;
      # on connected
  }, sub {
      # on disconnected
  });
$wlan->{ssid}

Service set identifier (SSID)

$wlan->{interface}

The BSD name of the interface (such as en0, en1)

$wlan->{mac_address}

The hardware media access control (MAC) address

$wlan->{bssid}

Basic service set identifier (BSSID)

is_network_connected()

(immediately) Return 1, when you are connected to the network and 0 otherwise.

current_interface()

See above.

LICENSE

Copyright (C) Takumi Akiyama.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

AUTHOR

Takumi Akiyama <t.akiym@gmail.com>