3 Ways to Set a Static IP Address in RHEL 8

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  1. Karsten Rehberg says:

    The command for “Set the IP address for interface enp0s3 on RHEL 8” at step 3 is not correct. A “nmcli con mod enp0s3 ipv4.addresses 192.168.20.170/24” sets the ip for the connection-name “enp0s3”, not for the interface “enp0s3”. On my system they are not equal.

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