Description of problem:
NetworkManager doesn't always assign a default route.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Select wired network.
2. Check default route...there is none.
3. Select wireless network.
4. Check default route...it's set properly.
5. Go back to wired network, default route is not set properly.
Expect to have default route set each time.
I see the following running:
/sbin/dhclient -d -sf /usr/libexec/nm-dhcp-client.action -pf
/var/run/dhclient-eth0.pid -lf /var/run/dhclient-eth0.lease eth0
If I run this exact command on the command line, I do not get a default route.
If I modify the command to remove '-sf /usr/libexec/nm-dhcp-client.action', I
then get a default route properly set.
Can you update to the latest version of NetworkManager in f8-updates and then
try to reproduce the issue? If it fails again, please include the relevant bits
of /var/log/messages where NM is connecting and prints out the options returned
by the DHCP server. Thanks!
I have been running RHEL 5.1 on my laptop and things appear to be working just
fine. This must have been resolved. Thanks for the follow-up.
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Created attachment 325480 [details]
log of F10 NM failing to set *any* route after getting ip via dhcp
I found a very similar problem with a new F10 install. In my case, NM got an ip address from an open access point, but failed to set *any* routes. Manually adding two routes (one for the AP on wlan0, a second for a default route w/ AP as gateway) worked around the problem. Wired eth0 was not in use at the time.
The AP in question was at a hotel, where you first had to click-through the agreement to get outside net access. The laptop is a Dell 630 with Intel iwl3945 and NetworkManager-0.7.0-0.11.svn4229.fc10.x86_64
Most interesting log entry:
Dec 1 11:26:17 localhost NetworkManager: <WARN> nm_system_replace_default_ip4_route(): Failed to set IPv4 default route on 'wlan0': Sucess#012
Attachment is an info-level log file showing this.
Sorry I have no way to reproduce this. Normally NM works great for my laptop, and the hotel that triggered it is 1300km away, but this looked like a useful place to dump the info for future reference.
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