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SamNeuer
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Using Web Console to add Network like nmcli?

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Is there a way to use the webconsole to add a connection?

nmcli con add

 

 

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shura
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Hello

I hope the picture give you an idea:

Screenshot from 2023-08-17 18-24-54.png

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Chetan_Tiwary_
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Hello @SamNeuer !

Thanks for reaching out ! If I understood your query correctly - are you asking about a text based user interface that can configure an ethernet connection like nmcli ?

If yes - refer here the nmtui tool :

https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/9/html/configuring_and_managi... 

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Let me know if you are looking for something else. 

SamNeuer
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sorry, I'm not a nativ speaker, i try to be more specific.

In one chapter of RHCSA you have to add a network connection profil

nmcli con add con-name lab ifname eth0 type ethernet  ipv4.method manual ipv4.dns 172.25.250.254 ipv4.addresses 172.25.250.11/24 ipv4.gateway 172.25.250.254

my question is if there is a way doing this from the Web Console at  https://
servera.lab.example.com:9090 

shura
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Hello

I hope the picture give you an idea:

Screenshot from 2023-08-17 18-24-54.png

SamNeuer
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sorry, but i still dont see/understand it.

While being in the networking tab -> cklicking on eth0 -> IPv4 Edit?

But for example where can i enter name for the connection like it do with nmcli?

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Cockpit is an open-source web-based interface for managing Linux servers. To add a network connection using Cockpit: Install and access Cockpit at https://your_server_ip:9090. Navigate to the "Networking" tab, click "Add", choose the connection type, set properties, and save. Activate the connection using the on/off toggle.

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Ben jonson
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