How to find ip address in Linux
This article is about knowing how to find IP address of your Linux machine.
Difficulty for this job is - easy.
Open up your terminal by hitting ctrl+alt+T (on Ubuntu) or by simply searching in your application menu. Copy the following command and paste it in your terminal then hit Enter
If no arguments are given,
ifconfig displays the status of the currently active
interfaces. If a single interface argument is given, it displays the status of the given
Open terminal and type the following command
This command will Display the network address(es) of the host name. Note that this works only if the host name can be resolved. Option -i, this option depends on name resolution.
If you want to find the IP addresses of all the network ports like ethernet port and wireless LAN then use the below command
192.168.43.156 2409:4071:2315:ffd3:1023:e6b:71a8:fdb3 2409:4071:2315:ffd3:3edc:b00a:c093:b563
Capital -I option with hostname will Display all network addresses of the host. This option enumerates all configured addresses on all network interfaces. The loopback interface and IPv6 link-local addresses are omitted. Contrary to option -i, this option does not depend on name resolution.