Networking for Oracle Linux systems made easy with the training video playlist

February 27, 2024 | 2 minute read
Nicolas Pares
Principal User Assistance Developer
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Configuring networks is an essential skill

Configuring networks is an essential skill to access programs, storage, and data on remote systems for on-premises infrastructures and in the cloud. The Oracle Linux networking video playlist will guide you through the configuration files, firewalls, and command line utilities to get an Oracle Linux system online.

Network Configuration Files on Oracle Linux

The first video in the playlist, Network Configuration Files on Oracle Linux, demonstrates how to view config files that contain information on attached network interface cards, the system’s IP address, the system’s hostname, and other key network configuration details that administrators need to know. The Oracle Linux networking playlist goes on to cover other networking essentials like the use of nmcli utility and network security tools.