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  • How to check local network IP and public IP in Ubuntu?

  • This is a step by step beginner guide shows how to check local network IP and public IP in both IP4 and IPv6 via either graphical interface or Linux commands in Ubuntu 20.04. 1. Find IP address via System Settings: For the default Gnome desktop, you can check the wireless network IP address via: Open Settings and navigate to Wi-Fi in left pane.

  • How do I Find my IP address in Linux?

  • Go to Network: First of all, to check your public IP address (used for communicating with servers etc.) you can use curl command. Open up a terminal and enter the following command: This should simply return your IP address with no additional bulk information.

  • What IP addresses should I set up for my VPSs?

  • Once you have added your VPSs to a Private Network, you will first have to set up internal IP addresses before you can make full use of them. In the examples, the 192.168.0.0/16 range is used. However, you can choose one of the IP ranges defined in the RFC for use within private networks: 10.0.0.0/8, 172.16.0.0/12 and 192.168.0.0/16.

  • How do I Find my IPv4 and IPv6 address?

  • Next, find the Network tab in the Settings Menu and click on the Advanced Wired Settings icon. 4. This opens a new pop-up window with details on wired settings. Here you can find both your IPv4 address and your IPv6 address. To find your public IP address, reach out to an external website.