Re: find my ip address
On 2008-11-15, John Battle <jobattle@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I have seen people use finger (or who) to get their own user name and
then ping it to find their IP address as seen by a computer on the other
side of a VPN. They used awk to filter it on the command line somehow.
Anybody know how to do that? I want to make a better way to get my ip
address as seen by a unix machine on the other side of a VPN, so I can
automate the process of exporting the display.
what do you have?
What is your goal?
you can't ping a username.
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