Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 480753
Incosistent parameters for /etc/NetworkManager/dispatcher.d scripts
Last modified: 2009-12-18 02:39:32 EST
Description of problem:
When eth0 interface is switched up and down with NM, dispatcher scripts are calle with reasonable parameters (INTERFACE is $1 and UPDOWN $2):
One would expect that the same scripts would be called when VPN script is called with something like
Maybe there might be reason why to call them with their base hardware device instead (more VPNs in one computer?), i.e.:
But in reality they are called with the mixture of both:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
consistent real arguments of dispatched scripts
And of course some documentation for dispatcher scripts would be helpful as well.
Hmm, that behavior isn't helpful at all :) The "vpn-up"/"vpn-down" events should only happen on the VPN interface, never on the eth/wlan interface. Will look into it.
dispatcher stuff is now documented in 'man NetworkManager' as of NM 0.7.1...
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