Linux How to Find Your Public IP Address

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Linux How to Find Your Public IP Address
Linux How to Find Your Public IP Address
Linux How to Find Your Public IP Address
An IP is short for Internet Protocol. It is used to identify computers or mobile devices on the Internet. Every device connected to the Internet has an IP address. The IP address may be used to personalize the information.

Use the dig command to determine my public IP address:

Open the Terminal app.
Type the following dig (domain information groper) command on a Linux, OS X, or Unix-like operating system to see your own ISP-assigned public IP address:
dig short

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