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    my own ip

    what is the command to find the local ip adress and any other information?

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    Re:my own ip

    ifconfig
    or /sbin/ifconfig

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    'ip address' command will give you the same information but in more friendly format so to speak. Works on RH, never tested it on other distros.

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    [quote author=elovkoff link=board=4;threadid=9552;start=0#msg86984 date=1090507428]
    'ip address' command will give you the same information but in more friendly format so to speak. Works on RH, never tested it on other distros.
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    wow! i never knew that! thanks! it works well in slackware.

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    Re:my own ip

    "ifconfig" will work on all distros. "ip address" doesn't work on Debian.

    If you need it for specific NIC card, you can either do "ifconfig eth0" or "ifconfig eth1" or "ifconfig lo" depending on which interface you want to get info for.

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    Re:my own ip

    thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zbobo View Post
    what is the command to find the local ip adress and any other information?
    Steps to be followed for finding IP address in Windows XP:
    1.Start->Run->cmd prompt
    2.In that,just type ipconfig and then click enter
    For example: It will show ip address like 74.110.208.65
    If you want to check your network ip address that is provided by your ISP,visit Ip-details.com .





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