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My understanding is that Amazon Linux is based on RHEL.

RHEL has this nice utility to configure NIC's and disable the firewall named

setup

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Does anyone know if Amazon Linux contains the same 'setup' utility ?

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The Amazon Linux AMI is a tailored image for ec2. You can use aws cli to manage the instances.

aws help
aws config

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http://aws.amazon.com/cli/
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That is customized linux with aws own API's...

Perfect example : Mazdajai
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