Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1028970
When logging in, the network always disconnects and has to be connected manually
Last modified: 2015-02-17 14:11:16 EST
Description of problem:
Each time I suspend, or lock down my laptop, the network seems to disconnect. When logging in - it doesn't reconnect. Also, when booting the laptop, and logging in - it's also disconnected, whether its WiFi or Ethernet.
I have to go to the top right corner in GNOME Shell, then select the network applet, and switch on for example "Wired" for it to connect again.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Every single time.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Lock/suspend laptop
2. Wake it
3. Log in
The icon shows a PC and an "X", which means it's disconnected from the network.
The laptop would reconnect automatically.
Would you include /var/log/messages file?
Is your wireless and ethernet connection profile marked as "auto-connect"?
Output of these commands would be useful:
$ nmcli nm
$ nmcli con list
$ nmcli con status
$ nmcli dev
Could this be related to bug 982429?
I think this can safely be closed. I don't run Fedora at the moment but I'm pretty sure that it's been working the last time I was running it.
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