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ifconfig is the Linux equivalent to the Windows command ipconfig, although unlike ipconfig it does not return information about DNS settings.

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Apparently ifconfig is now (2018) considered deprecated, and ip a should be used instead.

Commands related to DHCP, which provides the DNS settings (not shown by ifconfig) at the same time as it sets the adapter's IP address (which is shown by ifconfig):