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7.4. DHCP connection

DHCP is enabled by default

Fedora configures network interfaces to use DHCP by default. You will only need these instructions if DHCP was deactivated at some point.
DHCP connections are common when using cable modems, Local Area Networks (LANs), and most broadband Internet connections for home and small business use.
To enable DHCP for a particular network interface, launch Network Manager , select the appropriate entry for the interface and click Edit . Ensure that the Automatically obtain IP address settings with is selected and set to DHCP.

 
 
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