Do you know how to find IP address in Linux?

3 ways to help you find your IP address in Linux

Most internet service providers still use IPv4. It’s based on 32 binary bits. Do you know how to find IP address in Linux?

IP is a more modern and comprehensive tool for network configuration. It is considered the successor to ifconfig on many Linux distributions.

ip Command

ip addr:  Show IP address for all interfaces ip addr show dev em1: Display information only for device em1

Open the terminal application. Type ifconfig -a command Press Enter to run the command.

ifconfig  command

ifconfig -a: check the IP address of all active network interfaces ifconfig eth0: check the IP address of a specific network interface (e.g., eth0)

Ifconfig is a legacy tool that has been around for a long time. It is considered deprecated on newer Linux distributions.

The ip route command will display the routing table which includes the IP addresses and network prefixes associated with various destinations.

ip route command

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