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how can i see my ip address in CENT OS?

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i am new to cent os and have a slow internet connection here, thanks for all the help!
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/sbin/ifconfig -a

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That will show you the devices configured on that machine.  If you are on an internal network and want to see your public IP, just go to whatismyip.com
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