Linux ip command

If you wish to obtain information about your server’s IP on a Linux machine you can use the ip command. This is a very handy and useful command suitable for all beginner users. In this article, we will show you the basic usage of the Linux ip command.

Display all network interfaces and their assigned IP addresses

ip a

Switching between IPv4 and IPv6

ip -4 a
ip -6 a

Assign an IP address to an interface

ip a add IP dev INTERFACE
ip a add dev eth0

Delete an IP address from an interface

ip a del IP dev INTERFACE
ip a del dev eth0
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