Network configuration is managed by Network Manager. Network configuration differs, depending on the kind of connection you have, such as a wired connection (Ethernet), a DSL modem, or a wireless connection. GNOME System Settings Network is the primary network configuration tool for Fedora, which can be used to configure all your network connections manually. You can configure a variety of network connections, including wired settings, DSL, and wireless, for the IPv4 and IPv6 protocols. As an alternative, you can still use the older Network Manager’s Network Connections application (Sundry ➤ Network Connections). Table 15-1 lists several different network configuration tools.