Linux equivalent of Windows' ipconfig?

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I am using DHCP with a linux machine in a mostly Windows shop and I want to find out what the ip address that was assigned to the box.  In Windows I could do ipconfig to see how the ethernet adapters are configured.  What is the equivalent command in linux.  

As an aside, anyone know of a good place to find a mapping of windows tasks with linux tasks?
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/sbin/ifconfig -a
Gabriel OrozcoSolution Architect

Commented:
killall -HUP dhcpcd

:)
Gabriel OrozcoSolution Architect

Commented:
sorry...

from the man of dhcpcd, this is your command to renew:
dhcpcd -k

this is if dhcpcd it's already running. if it's not, just run dhcpcd and that's all.

the man is in this page:
http://nodevice.com/sections/ManIndex/man0238.html

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