Networking is an essential part of a Linux administrator's skill set. Effective networks help users communicate, share resources, and get things done. Learn how to configure network interfaces and client-side services on Linux in this course with instructor Scott Simpson. He covers DHCP, DNS, Wi-Fi, and firewall configuration, working with both the CLI and the GUI (NetworkManager). Plus, learn how to route traffic between networks and troubleshoot your setup.
Note: This course concentrates on the CentOS distribution of Linux, but there are separate lessons on configuring networking for Ubuntu/Debian. Topics include: Finding device information Managing connections with NetworkManager Configuring dynamic addresses using DHCP Configuring static clients Configuring Wi-Fi Configuring networking manually Setting the hostname Configuring the firewall Routing traffic between networks