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NetworkManager

NetworkManager is the standard Linux network configuration tool suite. It supports large range of networking setups, from desktop to servers and mobile and integrates well with popular desktop environments and server configuration management tools.

Stable

1.2.0

20 Apr 2016

Changes

Announcement

NetworkManager-1.2.0.tar.xz (SHA256)

Recommended for production use

network-manager-applet-1.2.0.tar.xz (SHA256)

Maintenance

1.0.12

2 Apr 2016

Changes

Announcement

NetworkManager-1.0.12.tar.xz (SHA256)

Supported, receives maintenance updates.

network-manager-applet-1.0.10.tar.xz (SHA256)

Maintenance

0.9.10.2

04 Mar 2015

Changes

Announcement

NetworkManager-0.9.10.2.tar.xz (SHA256)

Not updated actively. Upgrade to 1.0.x.

network-manager-applet-0.9.10.2.tar.xz (SHA256)

For the VPN plugin releases, see here.

Features

  • Well integrated with most Linux distributions, including Fedora, Debian, Ubuntu, Gentoo, CentOS or openSUSE
  • Workstation and mobile network connectivity; Wired Ethernet, Wi-Fi, GSM, 3GPP
  • Networking in servers and data centers; InfiniBand, Bridging, Bonding, Teaming, VLAN, VxLAN and more

  • Command line, TUI and GUI tools, including a connection editor and applet for XFCE, LXDE and more

  • Excellent GNOME and KDE integration
  • VPN Plugins: OpenVPN, IPsec tunnels, OpenConnect (Cisco and Juniper compatible), Fortinet and more

  • IPv4 and IPv6 support; multiple manual and automatic (DHCP, NDP, DHCPv6, Link-Local) configuration options
  • A developer-friendly D-Bus API

Community Resources


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Projects/NetworkManager (last edited 2016-04-22 15:07:26 by LubomirRintel)