DBD::Sys::Plugin::Any::NetInterface - provides a table containing the known network interfaces
$netifs = $dbh->selectall_hashref("select * from netint", "interface");
$VERSION = "0.02"; =head1 ISA
DBD::Sys::Plugin::Any::NetInterface ISA DBD::Sys::Table
This module provides the table
netint which contains the network interfaces configured on a host and it's assigned addresses.
Interface name (e.g. eth0, em0, ...)
Address family of following address
The address of the interface (addresses are unique, interfaces can have multiple addresses).
Netmask of the address above.
Broadcast address for network address
Hardware address (MAC number) of the interface NIC.
Binary representation of the interface flags (at least up or down).
Comma separated list of the flags.
MTU for this address in this interface.
Metric for the interface/address.
Returns the column names of the table as named in "Columns"
Retrieves the data from Net::Interface and put it into fetchable rows.
The module Net::Interface is required to provide data for the table.
Jens Rehsack Alexander Breibach CPAN ID: REHSACK email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.rehsack.de/
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