There are many methods to set the IP address on a Redhat/Linux machine. We are going to use the Network manager TUI.
- Execute “nmtui” at command prompt.
- Click “Edit a connection”, select NIC card to edit and select “Edit” and then click “Enter” Use tab key to move around the nmtui dialog
3. Select Manual, enter IP address with subnet mask (/24 bits), gateway, DNS Servers and select to automatically connect, click ok to save configuration.
- Tab to “back”, click enter, and scroll down exit, use arrow key down to Quit, so quit back to system console.
- Execute “ifconfig” to see network card has been set. If not set, execute a “systemctl restart network” and then recheck.
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