To find your IPv4 address:
$ dig -t a @coconut.ircnow.org username.coconut.ircnow.org
To find your IPv6 address:
$ dig -t aaaa @coconut.ircnow.org username.coconut.ircnow.org
|IPv4 Address||IPv4 Gateway||IPv6 Address||IPv6 Gateway|
Checklist of networking topics to re-read:
|Static Networking||Update ifconfig, /etc/mygate, and /etc/hostname.if0|
|NSD||Update the IPv6 addresses in nsd.conf and the zone file|
|ZNC||Update the IPv6 addresses in znc.conf's listeners|
|ngircd||Update the Listen = IP addresses in ngircd.conf|
|Unbound||Update the outgoing-interface in unbound.conf|
|Ping||Troubleshoot networking using ping|
|Netcat||Troubleshoot networking using netcat|
If you ever change your host's IP address, /etc/hosts may be intercepting the name lookup and giving you the old IP address.
Make sure there is no entry in the /etc/hosts files that is causing your machine to use the old IP.