How to Find IP Address in Ubuntu

In Ubuntu, you can easily find your internal or private IP address with its powerful command-line interface and GUI. It helps for various networking related tasks and to troubleshoot your connectivity issues. Note that your internal IP (or private IP ) address is different from your system’s external IP.

Find Your Internal (Private IP) Address in Ubuntu Linux

1. Using hostname Command:

Open the terminal application (ctrl+alt+t) and run below command to find your device internal IP address.

hostname -I

hostname

2. Using ip Command:

You can also use the ip command to get your IP Address.

ip addr show

ip addr show

3. Using nmcli Command:

In the terminal run below nmcli command. It will show your current IP address.

nmcli device show

nmcli device show

4. Using ip Command:

In simple and short use below command.

ip a

ip a

5. Using networkctl Command:

You can also use the networkctl command to check your private IP Address.

networkctl status

networkctl status

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