|Red Hat Linux 7.2: The Official Red Hat Linux Getting Started Guide|
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Configuring a network with Red Hat Linux is simple. In GNOME, click on the Start Here button on the desktop or panel. In KDE, access the GNOME menus from the main menu button and click on Start Here. When the Start Here screen opens, click on System Settings. Click on Network Configuration in the following screen to launch the Network Administration Tool (neat) and then enter the necessary information on each of the tabs in the network configuration window.
If you are configuring a network, you will probably have all of the necessary information readily available. If not, contact your system administrator or refer to the Official Red Hat Linux Customization Guide for more information on neat.