get all the data about your IP configuration across all network cards

ipconfig /all

2009-03-06 17:36:07

What Others Think

ipconfig is a ms-dos command nor a linux one :( Also, there isn't a /all parameter in ifconfig
jasvazquez · 689 weeks and 1 day ago
Yep. ifconfig is all you need !
CodSpirit · 689 weeks and 1 day ago
I don't see anywhere in the site that says the commands here are Linux-only. Do you?
atoponce · 689 weeks ago
windows commandline fu?
prayer · 689 weeks ago
This is for the Windows world, please try commands on Unix/Linux . If you look at the titlebar: Command-line Fu < The best UNIX commands on the web. If you need to apply that for Linux: ifconfig -a
luqmanux · 688 weeks and 6 days ago
Funny. No version of *UNIX* I tested this on worked. I can only re-iterate that this is some gimpy windows command, and is not appropriate here.
ozymandias · 688 weeks and 5 days ago
I suggest a firm but friendly installation of a nice linuxdist instead. So that one should not come up with "toy commands" on this fine web page.
cde1985 · 686 weeks and 4 days ago
what rubbish
sirlewk · 679 weeks and 6 days ago
I don't see why people are having problems with this command, there is nothing wrong with it. This site is not JUST for *nix commands, this command is useful for those less enlightened folks. From the FAQ: Yes, most certainly. While there is undoubtedly a *nix bias to most commands on the site, that's simply a reflection of the greater prominence of the command-line in such operating systems. Don't worry though: all shell types and operating systems are welcome here - the sole criterion is that the command is 140 characters or less.
Chartreuse · 627 weeks and 6 days ago
What? Linux now has the CMD.EXE thing, too? Why do they have to copy everything?
hasinasi · 550 weeks and 3 days ago
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seofox · 26 weeks and 1 day ago

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