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. The GNOME Settings Wi-Fi and Network tabs are the primary network configuration tools 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 WiFi, for the IPv4 and IPv6 protocols. Table 14-1 lists several different network configuration tools.