Go to System> Preference> Internet and Network> Network Connections. Now if
you use a static LAN connection click Add from the Wired Tab. Now go to IPv4
Settings. Change the Method to Manual. Now click Add. Write your IP,
Netmask, Gateway and DNS Servers. Then click Apply. Now from the Panel, left
click on your network icon and select the newly created connection. This
should work. If it doesn´t, let me know, there has another way.
Yes. The Network Configuration> Ethernet Device dialog is buggy. Update your
system. It will fix the bug for sure.
2009/2/5 digonto ahsan <digonto_sub(a)hotmail.com>
I am running Fedora 10 and noticed something pretty odd.
When I go into Network Manager , and try to specify a static IP address,
I've ran into a possible bug. Whatever value I add into Subnet Mask, will
auto change into the value of Default Gateway Address after I shift focus
from that page. (i.e. if I switch tabs from the General tab, and then click
right back, my subnet value is replaced with the gateway address.)
Even after I enter in my subnet, hit save, open the Edit button back up,
the subnet mask has again taken the gateway address.
when i use fedora 7 i face no problem to configure network but now i cant
configure for that problem.
Please give me a solution.
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