This chapter explored the issues associated with connecting your Fedora 2 installation to the Internet. You should now have a working Internet connection, and be able to surf Web pages, check your mail, transfer files by FTP, and use IRC with confidence.
In brief, you have done the following:
Investigated the use of various wizards such as the Internet Configuration Wizard, and Network Configuration Tool to configure devices and connections in the context of different connection requirements
Learned how to create logical devices and profiles to better manage your resources
Explored some of the important Internet access software available with the Fedora installation