Part IV. Networking

This part describes how to configure the network on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Table of Contents

10. NetworkManager
10.1. The NetworkManager Daemon
10.2. Interacting with NetworkManager
10.2.1. Connecting to a Network
10.2.2. Configuring New and Editing Existing Connections
10.2.3. Connecting to a Network Automatically
10.2.4. User and System Connections
10.3. Establishing Connections
10.3.1. Establishing a Wired (Ethernet) Connection
10.3.2. Establishing a Wireless Connection
10.3.3. Establishing a Mobile Broadband Connection
10.3.4. Establishing a VPN Connection
10.3.5. Establishing a DSL Connection
10.3.6. Establishing a Bond Connection
10.3.7. Establishing a VLAN Connection
10.3.8. Establishing an IP-over-InfiniBand (IPoIB) Connection
10.3.9. Configuring Connection Settings
11. Network Interfaces
11.1. Network Configuration Files
11.1.1. Setting the Host Name
11.2. Interface Configuration Files
11.2.1. Ethernet Interfaces
11.2.2. Specific ifcfg Options for Linux on System z
11.2.3. Required ifcfg Options for Linux on System z
11.2.4. Channel Bonding Interfaces
11.2.5. Configuring a VLAN over a Bond
11.2.6. Network Bridge
11.2.7. Setting Up 802.1Q VLAN Tagging
11.2.8. Alias and Clone Files
11.2.9. Dialup Interfaces
11.2.10. Other Interfaces
11.3. Interface Control Scripts
11.4. Static Routes and the Default Gateway
11.5. Configuring Static Routes in ifcfg files
11.5.1. Static Routes Using the IP Command Arguments Format
11.5.2. Network/Netmask Directives Format
11.6. Configuring IPv6 Tokenized Interface Identifiers
11.7. Network Function Files
11.8. Ethtool
11.9. Configuring netconsole
11.10. Additional Resources