hawkeye6703 wrote: ↑
Sun May 24, 2020 1:43 am
I can't find my public ipv4 address on my raspberry pi 4
Your Pi doesn't have a public/global IP address (v4 or v6). Your router does. If you need access to your Pi from the global internet you'll need to setup port forwarding on it. There's a whole bunch of security issues to consider first though.
If you mean you can't find the IP v4 address the Pi is using on your private network, you have a number of options:
- Plug in a monitor and keyboard, Run
- Check your router's admin pages. It should have a list of connected clients.
- Use a network scanner
- From another machine tryThe output shouldcontain the IP address. Replace "raspberrypi" with the hostname of the pi in question if you've changed it.
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