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Setting up Network on fedora core

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I have recently installed Fedora Core but i'm having difficulties getting my network set up.  I have the machine connected through a router.  Any help is appreciated.  
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Hi,

As root in a terminal you can type:

netconfig

or for a GUI interface you can type the following:

neat
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How are you connected to the router?

Hardware information may help here
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