Revision as of 00:57, 22 February 2011 by Albie (moved $bindip to Bindip: It's the /bindip command not $bindip identifier. Oops.)
This command allows you to change the bind settings in the Ports dialog. An adapter name can be specified instead of the IP address.
bindip [on|off] <ipaddress>
/bindip ;This will list your current setting; If bindip is enabled it will show the currently binding IP. ;Sample output: * Binding is on (22.214.171.124)
/bindip Local Area Connection ;If you have Wireless and a Wired network in place and want to make sure you're always using the wired network card you could use the previous example to connect via the windows 'Local Area Connection' adapter. ;Sample output: * Binding is on (Local Area Connection)
- $bindip Returns the list of active network adapters