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By default, Fedora Core systems attempt to discover correct connection settings for the attached network using Dynamic Host Control Protocol, or DHCP . Your network may include a DHCP provider which delivers settings to other systems on demand. The DHCP provider may be a router or wireless access point for the network, or a server.

In some circumstances you may need to provide information about your network during the installation process. Refer to Section 3.3, “Installing from a Server or Web Site” and Section 3.4, “Installing Fedora Core on a Managed Network” for more information.

[Note] Modem Configuration

The installation system for Fedora Core does not configure modems. If your computer has a modem, configure the dialing settings after you complete the installation and reboot.


 
 
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