NetworkManager service has been a part of RHEL since version 6 and in its simplest form allows users to configure network configuration settings (such as joining Wi-Fi networks). Of course, this is really necessary when we consider laptop users with a Fedora or an RHEL laptop. This service extends well beyond the GUI and to server products installed with or without the X Server environment.
NetworkManager service that ships with RHEL 7 is a dynamic network control and configuration daemon to keep network interfaces active while they remain available. As we have seen, the
NetworkManager service not only maintains support for the traditional
ifcfg- file type, but also extends this support to additional ...