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To configure a LAN connection in Linuxconf, start netconf from a terminal window. This displays a window with buttons for various network configuration options. Click the Basic Host Information button to display the host configuration window. In the first Adapter panel, you can enter the IP address, network device (usually eth0), and the kernel module to use (the drivers for your Ethernet card) along with other data like the hostname and netmask. Then, in the Network Configurator window, click the Name Server Specification button to display the Resolver Configuration window, where you can enter the IP addresses for the domain name servers on your network (see Figure 5-3). Click the Routers and Gateway button to enter the IP address for the gateway computer. To use netconf to configure PPP connections, click the PPP/SLIP/PLIP button on the Network Configurator window. A window then opens that asks you to choose the type of interface you want. Select PPP. Then a small window opens displaying a ppp0 entry. Double-click it to display the PPP interface window with panels for setting your modem connections, the phone number to dial, and the Expect and Send entries for your login name and password. To activate a connection, click Connect. You can also use dial-up managers like Kppp and gnomeppp to set up and manage your PPP connections. With Webmin, select the Network Configuration page on the Hardware page. From the Network Configuration page, select the Network Interfaces page to configure your Ethernet device, entering information like the IP address, the netmask, and the device name (see Figure 5-4). On the Routing and Gateways page, you enter the IP address of your network's gateway, and on the DNS page you enter your name server addresses. On the Host Address page, you enter the hostname and IP address for your system along with any others you want.
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To connect using DSL you use adsl-config, and for ISDN connections you use isdn-config. Both can be accessed through internet-config on the System menu. This will open a dialog box where you can select A-DSL/T-DSL, ISDN, or modem connections. The modem connection starts up Kppp, which is described in 36. You can also start them independently by entering their command in a terminal window. adsl-config will display a dialog labeled Red Hat Internet Configuration. There will be entries for entering your login name, password, and the Ethernet interface your DSL modem is attached to (see Figure 5-5). You will also need to enter the IP addresses for the DNS servers provided by your ISP. You can also elect to have the connection automatically made up when your system starts up.
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Figure 5-5: adsl-config, configuring DSL connections adsl-config makes use of the pppoe utility to make your DSL connections. pppoe enables the use of dynamic IP addresses with an ISP over a DSL connection. Red Hat Linux uses the Roaring Penguin package of pppoe commands (rp-pppoe). As an alternative to adsl-config, you can use the adsl-setup command to configure your DSL connection. adsl has a command line interface and can be run at any shell prompt. As with adsl-config, you are prompted to enter your user name, password, Ethernet card, and domain name server addresses. You can also specify basic firewall security levels. You can then establish your DSL connection with the adsl-start command, and disconnect with the adsl-stop command. isdn-config will display a dialog labeled Red Hat ISDN config and showing four panes labeled Dial, Provider, Hardware, and About (see Figure 5-6). On the Dial pane you can make a connection to a selected ISP. On the Provider pane you enter information about your ISP. You use the Hardware pane to configure your ISDN modem.
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