NAME

Win32::Netsh - A family of modules for querying and manipulating the network insterface of a Windows based PC using the netsh utility

VERSION

Version 0.04

SYNOPSIS

  use Win32::Netsh;
  
  my $response = netsh(qq{wlan}, qq{show}, qq{interfaces});

netsh(...)

Description

Run the netsh command line utility with the provided arguments

Parameters

... - Variable number of arguments

Return

SCALAR - String captured from the standard out of the command

can_netsh()

Description

Verify that the netsh can be found and executed

Parameters

NONE

Return

UNDEF on error, or 1 for success

netsh_path($path)

Description

Set the complete path to the netsh command. Typically the command is in the path, but this function can be used to specify a location to use.

Parameters
$path

Complete path, including the .exe extension.

Return
SCALAR

String containing the complete path to the netsh command

netsh_context_found($context)

Description

Determine if the given netsh context is supported on this system.

Parameters
$context

Context to examine (for example "wlan").

Return
SCALAR

UNDEF if context is not supported, or 1 if context is supported

SEE ALSO

Win32::Netsh::Interface for examining and controlling the netsh interface context including interface ipv4.

Win32::Netsh::Wlan for examining and controlling the netsh wlan context for wireless interfaces.

AUTHOR

Paul Durden <alabamapaul AT gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2015 by Paul Durden.

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