コマンドでグローバルIPを調べる方法

ターミナルまたはコマンドプロンプトを起動し、コマンドを入力する。
Windows 10では、バージョン1803以降に標準で追加されています。

curl(カール) を使う方法
# curl ifconfig.io

バージョンチェク
$ curl -V

curl 7.64.1 (x86_64-apple-darwin19.0) libcurl/7.64.1 (SecureTransport) LibreSSL/2.8.3 zlib/1.2.11 nghttp2/1.39.2
Release-Date: 2019-03-27
Protocols: dict file ftp ftps gopher http https imap imaps ldap ldaps pop3 pop3s rtsp smb smbs smtp smtps telnet tftp
Features: AsynchDNS GSS-API HTTP2 HTTPS-proxy IPv6 Kerberos Largefile libz MultiSSL NTLM NTLM_WB SPNEGO
SSL UnixSockets

コマンドチェック
$ curl -help
Usage: curl [options…] <url>
–abstract-unix-socket <path> Connect via abstract Unix domain socket
–alt-svc <file name> Enable alt-svc with this cache file
–anyauth       Pick any authentication method
-a, –append        Append to target file when uploading
–basic         Use HTTP Basic Authentication
–cacert <file> CA certificate to verify peer against
–capath <dir>  CA directory to verify peer against
-E, –cert <certificate[:password]> Client certificate file and password
–cert-status   Verify the status of the server certificate
–cert-type <type> Certificate file type (DER/PEM/ENG)
–ciphers <list of ciphers> SSL ciphers to use
–compressed    Request compressed response
–compressed-ssh Enable SSH compression
-K, –config <file> Read config from a file
–connect-timeout <seconds> Maximum time allowed for connection
–connect-to <HOST1:PORT1:HOST2:PORT2> Connect to host
-C, –continue-at <offset> Resumed transfer offset
-b, –cookie <data|filename> Send cookies from string/file
-c, –cookie-jar <filename> Write cookies to <filename> after operation
–create-dirs   Create necessary local directory hierarchy
–crlf          Convert LF to CRLF in upload
–crlfile <file> Get a CRL list in PEM format from the given file
-d, –data <data>   HTTP POST data
–data-ascii <data> HTTP POST ASCII data
–data-binary <data> HTTP POST binary data
–data-raw <data> HTTP POST data, ‘@’ allowed
–data-urlencode <data> HTTP POST data url encoded
–delegation <LEVEL> GSS-API delegation permission
–digest        Use HTTP Digest Authentication
-q, –disable       Disable .curlrc
–disable-eprt  Inhibit using EPRT or LPRT
–disable-epsv  Inhibit using EPSV
–disallow-username-in-url Disallow username in url
–dns-interface <interface> Interface to use for DNS requests
–dns-ipv4-addr <address> IPv4 address to use for DNS requests
–dns-ipv6-addr <address> IPv6 address to use for DNS requests
–dns-servers <addresses> DNS server addrs to use
–doh-url <URL> Resolve host names over DOH
-D, –dump-header <filename> Write the received headers to <filename>
–egd-file <file> EGD socket path for random data
–engine <name> Crypto engine to use
–expect100-timeout <seconds> How long to wait for 100-continue
-f, –fail          Fail silently (no output at all) on HTTP errors
–fail-early    Fail on first transfer error, do not continue
–false-start   Enable TLS False Start
-F, –form <name=content> Specify multipart MIME data
–form-string <name=string> Specify multipart MIME data
–ftp-account <data> Account data string
–ftp-alternative-to-user <command> String to replace USER [name]
–ftp-create-dirs Create the remote dirs if not present
–ftp-method <method> Control CWD usage
–ftp-pasv      Use PASV/EPSV instead of PORT
-P, –ftp-port <address> Use PORT instead of PASV
–ftp-pret      Send PRET before PASV
–ftp-skip-pasv-ip Skip the IP address for PASV
–ftp-ssl-ccc   Send CCC after authenticating
–ftp-ssl-ccc-mode <active/passive> Set CCC mode
–ftp-ssl-control Require SSL/TLS for FTP login, clear for transfer
-G, –get           Put the post data in the URL and use GET
-g, –globoff       Disable URL sequences and ranges using {} and []
–happy-eyeballs-timeout-ms <milliseconds> How long to wait in milliseconds for IPv6 before trying IPv4
–haproxy-protocol Send HAProxy PROXY protocol v1 header
-I, –head          Show document info only
-H, –header <header/@file> Pass custom header(s) to server
-h, –help          This help text
–hostpubmd5 <md5> Acceptable MD5 hash of the host public key
–http0.9       Allow HTTP 0.9 responses
-0, –http1.0       Use HTTP 1.0
–http1.1       Use HTTP 1.1
–http2         Use HTTP 2
–http2-prior-knowledge Use HTTP 2 without HTTP/1.1 Upgrade
–ignore-content-length Ignore the size of the remote resource
-i, –include       Include protocol response headers in the output
-k, –insecure      Allow insecure server connections when using SSL
–interface <name> Use network INTERFACE (or address)
-4, –ipv4          Resolve names to IPv4 addresses
-6, –ipv6          Resolve names to IPv6 addresses
-j, –junk-session-cookies Ignore session cookies read from file
–keepalive-time <seconds> Interval time for keepalive probes
–key <key>     Private key file name
–key-type <type> Private key file type (DER/PEM/ENG)
–krb <level>   Enable Kerberos with security <level>
–libcurl <file> Dump libcurl equivalent code of this command line
–limit-rate <speed> Limit transfer speed to RATE
-l, –list-only     List only mode
–local-port <num/range> Force use of RANGE for local port numbers
-L, –location      Follow redirects
–location-trusted Like –location, and send auth to other hosts
–login-options <options> Server login options
–mail-auth <address> Originator address of the original email
–mail-from <address> Mail from this address
–mail-rcpt <address> Mail to this address
-M, –manual        Display the full manual
–max-filesize <bytes> Maximum file size to download
–max-redirs <num> Maximum number of redirects allowed
-m, –max-time <seconds> Maximum time allowed for the transfer
–metalink      Process given URLs as metalink XML file
–negotiate     Use HTTP Negotiate (SPNEGO) authentication
-n, –netrc         Must read .netrc for user name and password
–netrc-file <filename> Specify FILE for netrc
–netrc-optional Use either .netrc or URL
-:, –next          Make next URL use its separate set of options
–no-alpn       Disable the ALPN TLS extension
-N, –no-buffer     Disable buffering of the output stream
–no-keepalive  Disable TCP keepalive on the connection
–no-npn        Disable the NPN TLS extension
–no-sessionid  Disable SSL session-ID reusing
–noproxy <no-proxy-list> List of hosts which do not use proxy
–ntlm          Use HTTP NTLM authentication
–ntlm-wb       Use HTTP NTLM authentication with winbind
–oauth2-bearer <token> OAuth 2 Bearer Token
-o, –output <file> Write to file instead of stdout
–pass <phrase> Pass phrase for the private key
–path-as-is    Do not squash .. sequences in URL path
–pinnedpubkey <hashes> FILE/HASHES Public key to verify peer against
–post301       Do not switch to GET after following a 301
–post302       Do not switch to GET after following a 302
–post303       Do not switch to GET after following a 303
–preproxy [protocol://]host[:port] Use this proxy first
-#, –progress-bar  Display transfer progress as a bar
–proto <protocols> Enable/disable PROTOCOLS
–proto-default <protocol> Use PROTOCOL for any URL missing a scheme
–proto-redir <protocols> Enable/disable PROTOCOLS on redirect
-x, –proxy [protocol://]host[:port] Use this proxy
–proxy-anyauth Pick any proxy authentication method
–proxy-basic   Use Basic authentication on the proxy
–proxy-cacert <file> CA certificate to verify peer against for proxy
–proxy-capath <dir> CA directory to verify peer against for proxy
–proxy-cert <cert[:passwd]> Set client certificate for proxy
–proxy-cert-type <type> Client certificate type for HTTPS proxy
–proxy-ciphers <list> SSL ciphers to use for proxy
–proxy-crlfile <file> Set a CRL list for proxy
–proxy-digest  Use Digest authentication on the proxy
–proxy-header <header/@file> Pass custom header(s) to proxy
–proxy-insecure Do HTTPS proxy connections without verifying the proxy
–proxy-key <key> Private key for HTTPS proxy
–proxy-key-type <type> Private key file type for proxy
–proxy-negotiate Use HTTP Negotiate (SPNEGO) authentication on the proxy
–proxy-ntlm    Use NTLM authentication on the proxy
–proxy-pass <phrase> Pass phrase for the private key for HTTPS proxy
–proxy-pinnedpubkey <hashes> FILE/HASHES public key to verify proxy with
–proxy-service-name <name> SPNEGO proxy service name
–proxy-ssl-allow-beast Allow security flaw for interop for HTTPS proxy
–proxy-tls13-ciphers <ciphersuite list> TLS 1.3 proxy cipher suites
–proxy-tlsauthtype <type> TLS authentication type for HTTPS proxy
–proxy-tlspassword <string> TLS password for HTTPS proxy
–proxy-tlsuser <name> TLS username for HTTPS proxy
–proxy-tlsv1   Use TLSv1 for HTTPS proxy
-U, –proxy-user <user:password> Proxy user and password
–proxy1.0 <host[:port]> Use HTTP/1.0 proxy on given port
-p, –proxytunnel   Operate through an HTTP proxy tunnel (using CONNECT)
–pubkey <key>  SSH Public key file name
-Q, –quote         Send command(s) to server before transfer
–random-file <file> File for reading random data from
-r, –range <range> Retrieve only the bytes within RANGE
–raw           Do HTTP “raw”; no transfer decoding
-e, –referer <URL> Referrer URL
-J, –remote-header-name Use the header-provided filename
-O, –remote-name   Write output to a file named as the remote file
–remote-name-all Use the remote file name for all URLs
-R, –remote-time   Set the remote file’s time on the local output
-X, –request <command> Specify request command to use
–request-target Specify the target for this request
–resolve <host:port:address[,address]…> Resolve the host+port to this address
–retry <num>   Retry request if transient problems occur
–retry-connrefused Retry on connection refused (use with –retry)
–retry-delay <seconds> Wait time between retries
–retry-max-time <seconds> Retry only within this period
–sasl-ir       Enable initial response in SASL authentication
–service-name <name> SPNEGO service name
-S, –show-error    Show error even when -s is used
-s, –silent        Silent mode
–socks4 <host[:port]> SOCKS4 proxy on given host + port
–socks4a <host[:port]> SOCKS4a proxy on given host + port
–socks5 <host[:port]> SOCKS5 proxy on given host + port
–socks5-basic  Enable username/password auth for SOCKS5 proxies
–socks5-gssapi Enable GSS-API auth for SOCKS5 proxies
–socks5-gssapi-nec Compatibility with NEC SOCKS5 server
–socks5-gssapi-service <name> SOCKS5 proxy service name for GSS-API
–socks5-hostname <host[:port]> SOCKS5 proxy, pass host name to proxy
-Y, –speed-limit <speed> Stop transfers slower than this
-y, –speed-time <seconds> Trigger ‘speed-limit’ abort after this time
–ssl           Try SSL/TLS
–ssl-allow-beast Allow security flaw to improve interop
–ssl-no-revoke Disable cert revocation checks (Schannel)
–ssl-reqd      Require SSL/TLS
-2, –sslv2         Use SSLv2
-3, –sslv3         Use SSLv3
–stderr        Where to redirect stderr
–styled-output Enable styled output for HTTP headers
–suppress-connect-headers Suppress proxy CONNECT response headers
–tcp-fastopen  Use TCP Fast Open
–tcp-nodelay   Use the TCP_NODELAY option
-t, –telnet-option <opt=val> Set telnet option
–tftp-blksize <value> Set TFTP BLKSIZE option
–tftp-no-options Do not send any TFTP options
-z, –time-cond <time> Transfer based on a time condition
–tls-max <VERSION> Set maximum allowed TLS version
–tls13-ciphers <list of TLS 1.3 ciphersuites> TLS 1.3 cipher suites to use
–tlsauthtype <type> TLS authentication type
–tlspassword   TLS password
–tlsuser <name> TLS user name
-1, –tlsv1         Use TLSv1.0 or greater
–tlsv1.0       Use TLSv1.0 or greater
–tlsv1.1       Use TLSv1.1 or greater
–tlsv1.2       Use TLSv1.2 or greater
–tlsv1.3       Use TLSv1.3 or greater
–tr-encoding   Request compressed transfer encoding
–trace <file>  Write a debug trace to FILE
–trace-ascii <file> Like –trace, but without hex output
–trace-time    Add time stamps to trace/verbose output
–unix-socket <path> Connect through this Unix domain socket
-T, –upload-file <file> Transfer local FILE to destination
–url <url>     URL to work with
-B, –use-ascii     Use ASCII/text transfer
-u, –user <user:password> Server user and password
-A, –user-agent <name> Send User-Agent <name> to server
-v, –verbose       Make the operation more talkative
-V, –version       Show version number and quit
-w, –write-out <format> Use output FORMAT after completion
–xattr         Store metadata in extended file attributes

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