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Need to know my PPPoE dinamicly assigned IP address

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I have a Linux Box who has its IP address assigned via PPPoE.
I need to access the machine when I am out of my office.
How can I know the dinamicly assigned IP address to start a SSH session?
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by:Luxana
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have you try from console

# ifconfig PPPoE
or
# ifconfig | more

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by:jclobocar
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ok. but there is nobody in the office to issue the command!
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How about automatically sending an email out each time your linux box connects to the net?

ifconfig | mail -s ifconfig my@email.address

in the file /etc/ppp/ip-up

you don't even really need the ifconfig bit - the ip address should appear in the firs recieved part of the headers.
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