How To View IP Configuration in Linux?
By on August 13th, 2008

Viewing your IP configuration in Windows is quite easy and you can do it with a simple command like ipconfig, you can also view all connected applications and services using ipconfig /all.

Linux on the other hand also has a similar command that shows you the IP configuration of the machine.

To view the IP Configuration type in the command ifconfig, this will show you the IP address and other information related to your network cards/wireless adapters.

Easy as it gets, to learn more Linux Tips don’t forget to visit the Linux Tips archives.

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    “ifconfig”

    or you can find out the location usinf ” which Ifconfig”

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    hi
    I m working on cvs . I am not able to connect one computer to another computer(both com have linux 5).
    so plz help me how to connect two coputer in linux useing lan cable

 
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