Created attachment 518080 [details]
syslog with the dbus errors after disconnection
Description of problem:
Every time I disconnect from a PPTP VPN I have set up, /var/log/messages is filled with many dbus-daemon errors.
Also, sometimes the local network becomes unreachable after disconnecting from the VPN; seemingly the only way to get connectivity back is rebooting.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Name : NetworkManager-pptp
Arch : x86_64
Epoch : 1
Version : 0.8.999
Release : 2.git20110721.fc15
Size : 422 k
Repo : installed
From repo : updates
Summary : NetworkManager VPN plugin for pptp
URL : http://www.gnome.org/projects/NetworkManager/
License : GPLv2+
Description : This package contains software for integrating PPTP VPN support with
: the NetworkManager and the GNOME desktop.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Connect to a PPTP VPN
2. Disconnect from the VPN
The VPN disconnects and the log is filled with errors. Also, sometimes the local network becomes unreachable.
No errors after disconnecting; local network always reachable after disconnection.
Local network uses 802.1X security (PEAP authentication with MSCHAPv2 inner authentication)
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