Description of problem:
NetworkManager shows disconnected status icon after laptop is resumed from sleep, even though wireless is reconnected and working fine.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Put laptop to sleep while connected to wireless.
2. Resume from sleep.
Reconnects to wireless and shows disconnected icon.
Reconnects to wireless and shows connected icon.
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Is this still an issue with latest packages?
If so, please run these commands when you see the bad icon:
$ nmcli nm
$ nmcli dev s
$ nmcli con s
I have exactly the same problem (right now) - after laptop is resumed from sleep, I connect to wlan (I get a dot in the front of my wlan ESSID 'Home' but the icon shows no signal. After a while, the dot disappears from my wlan ESSID and it is not clear if I'm connected or not (but the connection is still active and internet works)
Reconnection does not solve the problem, restart of NetworkManager does not help as well. Actually, it has no negative consequences for work with Firefox and internet access but I'm not able to login to work via VPN because our company tool reports Network connection status as "Out or Range" (cannot detect IP address even if is listed via ifconfig), VPN cannot login to company until the laptop is rebooted when it works all again.
outputs from suggested commands above:
[zdenek@infinity ~]$ nmcli nm
RUNNING STATE WIFI-HARDWARE WIFI WWAN-HARDWARE WWAN
running connected enabled enabled enabled enabled
[zdenek@infinity ~]$ nmcli dev s
DEVICE TYPE STATE
wlan0 802-11-wireless connected
eth0 802-3-ethernet unavailable
[zdenek@infinity ~]$ nmcli con s
NAME UUID DEVICES DEFAULT VPN MASTER-PATH
Auto Home a622b11e-737f-421b-bcd9-ea501616e077 wlan0 yes no not set
[zdenek@infinity ~]$ rpm -q NetworkManager
I will attach log from a moment when I attempt to connect to my WLAN and snapshots of NetworkManager behaviour at the beginning and after a while.
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Logs from messages from a moment of connection attempt
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My WLAN acts as active at the beginning
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but the "dot" disappears after a while
Just a small update: This behaviour is not regular but random (sometimes it works all out of the box immediately after the sleep wake up ;-) )
I didn't see this behaviour for couple of months now. I consider it as solved.
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Ticket can be closed. I am already on F19 and I do not see this behaviour anymore.