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Network Configuration on CentOS v6.5 Linux

Network Configuration is the first and most important task to connect on a network or internet for network administrator or other user. On Linux operating system for configuring IP address has a network configuring window.
1. To do this task you must need to login the system as a root. Just open the command terminal and type setup and press enter.

#setup

This command will launch a new window like this and select Network configuration using arrow button from the keyboard.

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2. Select Device configuration

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3. A new window will show you all available LAN card. Now select your LAN card. If you cannot see any LAN card please install it again.

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4. Enter your Static IP, Netmask and Default Gateway and click ok

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5. Now save the settings and come back on root prompt.

NB: Alternately you can use system-config-network command directly to invoke this setup window

#system-config-network

6. After finishing this task you need to restart the network card using service network restart command.

#service network restart

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