Learn how to configure static and dynamic addresses using the NetworkManager command-line interface.
- [Instructor] CentOS, like Redhat, Fedora, Ubuntu, … and many other distributions, … comes with NetworkManager enabled … and in control of network connections. … If you're accustomed to configuring … the network through config files, … as administrators have done for a long time, … using NetworkManager can be a little strange, … but it's part of the distro, … and so if you're learning CentOS, … it's a good idea to know how to use it. … Whether you keep it enabled is up to you. … Let's take a quick look at using NetworkManager … to configure this server's network connection, … first, to use DHCP, and then to use static address. … NetworkManager has a few user interfaces. … There are GUI clients for various desktop environments … and what's called the Text UI, or TUI, … that simulates a graphical interface at the command line. … But for whatever reason, that's still incomplete, … so we'll use the command line or CLI version here. … The command for that is nmcli. … Clever, right? … nmcli has a lot of options and features, …
- What is CentOS?
- Installing CentOS
- Configuring networking manually
- Configuring the network with NetworkManager
- Connecting remotely
- Working with security-enhanced Linux (SELinux)
- Setting up a firewall
- Setting up a web server
- Sharing user home folders with Samba
- Setting up a desktop environment
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Basic Administration
3. Working with Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux)
4. Working with Common Services and Applications
5. Using a Desktop
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