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Most Linux distributions come with a Network Manager tool. This tool has a command line interface called nmcli. You can use this nmcli tool to view a number of network configurations. You should see the IP address in the output. What about ifconfig? Actually, you can still use ifconfig command. It is present in net-tools package.Is ifconfig the new IP command?
I might even be guilty of it myself. Still, the world of networking has evolved quite a lot since ifconfig was the de-facto standard to bring up a device, check its IP or set an IP. Following some improvements in the kernel and the gradual move to driving network things via netlink; ifconfig has been largely replaced by the ip command.Should I use ifconfig?
I regularly see “recommendations” to use ifconfig to get interface information in mailing list posts or bug reports and other places. I might even be guilty of it myself. Still, the world of networking has evolved quite a lot since ifconfig was the de-facto standard to bring up a device, check its IP or set an IP.How do I find out what IP address an interface has?
The first thing most people learn with the ifconfig command is how to find out what IP address has been assigned to an interface. This is usually done with the command ifconfig and no flags or arguments. To do the same with the ip command, it is run as such: This command will list all interfaces with their associated information (Figure 1 above).