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CentOS and IP Addresses

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How to I obtain a list of every ip address configured on an CentOS 5.6 instance?
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You can also go under /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts and check the list of files starting with ifcfg. There may be active as well as inactive interfaces and it is best to check here.
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You could also use:
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