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There is a tool for this - 'system-config-network'. You should use that.

You might also have NetworkManager installed, and that'll take priority. You can check for its running with (iirc) systemctl status NetworkManager.service

If that's running, then you want to log-in to a graphical environment and edit the NetworkManager settings with its own interface (you can do it from the command line, but I always find it messy). You could also turn the service off if you'd prefer to use the older network management tools.

There is a tool for this - 'system-config-network'. system-config-network. You should use that.

You might also have NetworkManager installed, and that'll take priority. You can check for its running with (iirc) systemctl status NetworkManager.service

If that's running, then you want to log-in to a graphical environment and edit the NetworkManager settings with its own interface (you can do it from the command line, but I always find it messy). You could also turn the service off if you'd prefer to use the older network management tools.