If you want to connect to your Raspberry Pi from another machine, you will need the Pi’s IP address.
If you’re using it with a display, it’s cool. You can boot to the command line and in the login prompt, last few lines will contain the IP address. Using the terminal, you can type
and get your IP address.
But what can we do if we’re going headless on your Pi?
You can go for Network Mapper. Ping all the devices. And wait to get the response from your Pi.
Click the ‘Find My Pi’ button.
Isn’t that awesome? And no, I am not kidding. It is now possible, thanks to Adafruit.
The software offers one-click access to SSH into the Pi.
Yes, it is that simple to be found!
If you got anything cooler than that, do let us know.
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