N/APosted on - 10/02/2011
I have been working in a famous networking company for last three years in Bangladesh. In this work I face a problem. I can’t understand how do I network a such installed machine with other computers, specifically Red hat Linux?
Red Hat Linux problem solution
If you be fresh to networking than graphical configuration tool is your best technique to configuring new hardware in Linux. We are going to use GUI tool “network-admin” to configure networking. Remember, you should be root to run network-admin.
There are two ways to start network-admin primary thing is you can use your terminal to type “sudo network-admin” it will start up or you can go to System—>Administration —>Networking
You be able to also allocate diverse locations to your computer, particularly very helpful if you are on a laptop and go between more than a few networks each need different configurations. Just select the gray bar at the top of the network-admin window and select Create Location. Enter a name, such as Home and then do again to create another location, Work. Each time you switch between locations, Linux identify that it needs to use configurations those locations, so for instance you might want to use DHCP at work, but not at home. Simple; just select the Home location, configure your ethernet connection to use a Static IP and you are all set to switch among your home and company networks.