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On some networks, you might have been assigned an IP address, which you must enter manually, along with a few other networking addresses. This is referred to as a static IP address. You should speak to your system administrator or technical support person to determine these settings. Ask the administrator for your IP address, DNS server addresses (there are usually two or three of these), your subnet mask, and the router address (sometimes referred to as the gateway address). The settings you will get from your system administrator will usually be in the form of a series of four numbers separated by dots, something like 192.168.0.233. Once you know your settings, proceed as follows. 1. Select System Administration Networking to open the Network Settings dialog box. 2. Find your network card in the list (it should be referred to as eth0), click its entry, and then click Properties.
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3. In the dialog box that appears, put a check in the Enable This Connection check box. In the Configuration drop-down list, make sure Static IP Address is highlighted. In the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway Address text boxes, fill in the relevant details. Figure 8-2 shows an example of a completed Interface Properties dialog box. Click OK after filling in the information.
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Figure 8-2. You can configure Ubuntu to work with DHCP networks, or you can define a static IP address. 4. In the Network Settings dialog box, click the DNS tab. 5. Click the Add button, and then type the first DNS address. Click Add again, and enter the second DNS address, if you have been given one (and then enter a third if you were given one). Click OK.
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Tip If you re using a static IP address with a router, such as that provided by a DSL modem, the DNS
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6. Click the Connections tab in the Network Settings dialog box. 7. Click the Apply button, and then click OK. Your network connection should now work. Test it by using the web browser to visit a web site. If you find it isn t working, try rebooting. However, if your system administrator mentioned that a proxy must also be configured, you ll also need to follow the instructions in the Working with a Proxy Server section later in this chapter.
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A wireless (also referred to as Wi-Fi) network is, as its name suggests, a network that does away with cabling and uses radio frequencies to communicate. It s more common for notebooks and handheld computers to use wireless connections, but some desktop computers also do. Notebooks and PDAs typically use built-in wireless network cards, with an antenna built in to the case. However, some notebooks might use PCMCIA cards, which will have an external square antenna, as shown in Figure 8-3.
Figure 8-3. If you use a PCMCIA wireless card, it will most likely have an external antenna.
Configuring a Wireless Card
The process for configuring a wireless network card is quite similar to configuring a standard Ethernet card, meaning you can follow the instructions for configuring a network card in the previous section, with the following differences: The wireless card will be identified as Wireless Connection. If your computer also has a standard Ethernet adapter in addition to wireless capabilities, you ll need to make sure you select the wireless card when choosing an adapter to configure. You need to select the base station you wish to connect to in the Network Name (ESSID) drop-down list or, if your base station is configured so it doesn t broadcast its name, you should type it manually into the Network Name (ESSID) field. If you work in an office environment, you may need to speak to your network administrator to find out the base station name.
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