Tag Archives: DHCP

Centos Network Configuration – on a Barebones from Command Line

… Centos from Command Line: A quick way to see if your interface works and if you can ping internal resources. ifconfig eth0 192.168.0.2 netmask 255.255.255.0 Use your IP addresses. Note that this is not persistent, at the first reboot, ot first network services restart this will be lost. For a DHCP address assignment use: ifdown eth0 dhclient eth0 To get a persistent centos network configuration use the following procedure: Edit the network configuration file vi …

How to Build a Computer Network

… the Internet Connection. In Business environment, the network becomes more complex and many more services will be needed to accommodate the use of many computers in a single network. Such services are DHCP – for automatic IP configuration, DNS – for name to IP resolution, corporate email, Proxy Server – for increased security on Internet, Intranet server – this is a private web server, VOIP phone system, etc… What are the Limitations of My Network You …

How to – Debian Static IP Configuration

On a basic Debian machine without a graphical interface assigning the same IP address all the times can be achieved in two ways. Static IP Address To configure a static IP, (an IP that will never change), and not use DHCP you must edit the file /etc/networking/interfaces. Insert the following code at the end of the file and don’t change anything else unless you know what you do: # The first network card – this entry was created during the Debian installation # (network, broadcast and …