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On RHEL, I run the command line program

setup

in order to bring down the firewall and configure the network.  I like this utility.  It works well and is easy to configure.

Is there an equivalent utility on SUSE ?

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On SUSE most configuration tasks can be done with YaST. Just enter "yast" and you get an interactive interface, text based or if available graphical.
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