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5.4. Creating a Wireless Connection

If you are connecting your Red Hat Enterprise Linux system to a wireless access point (WAP) or a peer-to-peer (also called ad-hoc) network with a wireless (802.11.x) network card, you must configure your wireless device.

Start the Internet Configuration Wizard, select Wireless Connection, and follow the prompts. You can then configure the device for DHCP or fixed IP addresses.

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