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Methods to Find Your Private IP Address in CentOS 8 ?

This article will guide you on the different methods to find the private IP address in CentOS 8.


Different ways to display IP addresses in Centos:

1. Using ifconfig command. The ifconfig command is the most commonly used command for displaying and modifying IP addresses on the system.

2. Using ip command.

3. Using the hostname command.

4. using nmcli command.

5. Using ip route show command.


To configure a static IP address on CentOS 7 / RHEL 7:

1. Create a file named /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 as follows:

2. DEVICE=eth0.

3. BOOTPROTO=none.

4. ONBOOT=yes.

5. PREFIX=24.

6. IPADDR=192.168.x.xxx.

7. Restart network service: systemctl restart network.


Commands will get you the private IP address of your interfaces:

i. ifconfig -a.

ii. ip addr (ip a)

iii. hostname -I | awk '{print $1}'

iv. (Fedora) Wifi-Settings→ click the setting icon next to the Wifi name that you are connected to → Ipv4 and Ipv6 both can be seen.

v. nmcli -p device show.


Methods to Find your Private IP Address in Debian 10 ?

This article will guide you on the different methods through which you can easily figure out the private IP #address of your Debian 10 system.

The network statistics ( netstat ) command is a networking tool used for troubleshooting and configuration, that can also serve as a monitoring tool for connections over the network. Both incoming and outgoing connections, routing tables, port listening, and usage statistics are common uses for this #command.

To find out the #IP address of #Linux system, you need to use the command called ifconfig on #Unix and the ip command or hostname command on Linux. 


To get you the private IP address of your interfaces:

i. ifconfig -a.

ii. ip addr (ip a).

iii. hostname -I | awk '{print $1}'.

iv. ip route get 1.2.

v. (Fedora) Wifi-Settings - click the setting icon next to the Wifi name that you are connected to - Ipv4 and Ipv6 both can be seen.

vi. nmcli -p device show.