Configuring and managing networking
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
Managing network interfaces, firewalls, and advanced networking features
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Using the networking capabilities of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), you can configure your host to meet your organization's network and security requirements. For example:
- You can configure bonds, VLANs, bridges, tunnels and other network types to connect the host to the network.
- You can build performance-critical firewalls for the local host and the entire network. RHEL contains packet filtering software, such as the
nftablesframework, and Express Data Path (XDP).
- RHEL also supports advanced networking features, such as policy-based routing and MultiPath TCP (MPTCP).