Network - Red Hat Linux
The Network tab lets you provide networking information for a server, such as its IP and DNS configuration.
Linux supports IP addresses assigned by the DHCP server and does not support Static IPv6 addresses.
Obtain an IP address automatically
Specifies that the network connection should obtain an IP address automatically from a DHCP server.
Use the following IP address
Specifies that the network connection should use a static IP address that you specify. If you choose this option, provide the following information:
The static IP address that the network connection should use.
The subnet mask number, which is used to identify which segment of the network the server is on.
The address of the IP router that is used to forward traffic to destinations outside of the local network.
|Obtain IPv6 from DHCP||Select this check box if you want to obtain an IPv6 address from DHCP.|
Obtain DNS server automatically
Specifies that the DHCP server should provide the addresses for DNS servers.
Use the following DNS server address
Specifies that you want to manually configure a DNS server. Select this option and enter an IP address for DNS Server.
The IP address of the DNS Server.
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