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Leopard Sample Code: Networking
Mac OS X Server supports the major networking standards, protocols, and services, including IPv6, IPSec, SSL and SSH2, LDAPv3, PHP, Tomcat, MySQL, Java 2, and WebDAV. Developers can gain access to this support through sockets and Core Foundation, as well as through the higher-level Carbon and Cocoa APIs. Server administrators use the graphical Server Admin application to set up and manage such network services as DHCP, DNS, firewall, NAT, VPN, and IP Failover. Administrators can use Gateway Setup Assistant to automate the configuration of a simple gateway between a local network and the Internet.

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GetPrimaryMACAddress (HTML) (DMG) (ZIP)
Demonstrates retrieving the MAC address of the built-in Ethernet controller. Useful for uniquely identifying a Macintosh system.
GetMACAddressSample (HTML) (DMG) (ZIP)
Demonstrates how to retrieve the MAC address for each Ethernet interface from the Mac OS X I/O Registry.
GetSetOptions (HTML) (DMG) (ZIP)
Demonstrates a variety of uses of Open Transport's option management routines.