What IP is a free and open source network tool for Linux. With this tool, you can easily retrieve your local, public, and virtual IP addresses. Additionally, you have the capability to view and list available listening ports and network devices on your Linux system’s LAN. Other notable features include displaying geographical location information based on your IP address. IP operates under the GPL-3.0+ license and is built on Python 3 and GTK3. It serves as a simple yet useful GUI tool for network management.
Install What IP on Ubuntu
What IP network tool is available as a flatpak package for Ubuntu users. You can easily install it via your terminal application. But first your need to install and setup flatpak and flathub on your system. Follow below link for flatpak and flathub installation. after installation restart your system.
If you already have flatpak on your system, just skip the above tutorial link and open your terminal app (ctrl+alt+t) and run this What IP flatpak installation command.
flatpak install flathub org.gabmus.whatip
After the What IP installation you can run What IP via below command.
flatpak run org.gabmus.whatip
The UI is very simple and divided by three tabs IP, Ports and LAN.