Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 477962
Redundant entries at NetworkManager applet of mobile broadband connection.
Last modified: 2009-12-18 02:24:30 EST
The device connection doesn't disappear from NetworkManager applet.
Version : 0.7.0
Release : 0.12.svn4326.fc10
Plug the device to usb. Select the recognized connection on NetworkManager applet and connect. Then select this connection and disconnect using option at NetworkManager applet. Unplug the device. Then plug the device again, other connection at NetworkManager was recognized. Now two connections state on the list, but only one (the last one) can really make the connection, and only one (the last one) are really associated to device.
If I repeat this use case over and over again, the list increase linearly.
Created attachment 327861 [details]
Image of redundant entries
Created attachment 328089 [details]
This is a nm-tool output, two usb devices are detected, but only one are actually connected.
This is actually a hal-info bug, only the primary interface of the 3G card should be tagged as supporting GSM or CDMA. Can you paste the "/sbin/lsusb" output?
(note to richard: i'll be adding udev-based probing soon so we can ignore 3G modems in hal-info from then on)
Created attachment 331057 [details]
lsusb -v log
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