Outside IP address

Richard Villa villar at earthlink.net
Sun Feb 26 13:59:46 EST 2006

You can send yourself an email, and look at all of the header 
information which should have the ip address from it originated.

At 10:53 AM 2/26/2006, Adam Myrow wrote:
>The only way I know of to determine your outside IP address is to connect
>to the router's built-in web server and try and find where it is in its
>menus.  Otherwise, you could connect to some server which shows your
>current IP address.  As far as your Linux machine is concerned, your IP
>address is whatever your router gives it, and it has no knowledge of the
>NAT that the router is doing.
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