Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 986611
NetworkManager applet 0.9.8.2 shows duplicate entries with the same name
Last modified: 2015-02-17 11:16:33 EST
Created attachment 776328 [details]
Duplicate Wired Connection 1, after clicking SAVE on the manual IP config
Description of problem:
NetworkManager shows duplicate entries with the same name for "Ethernet Connection 1"
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot Fedora 19 (tested with XFCE, 32bit) LiveCD with cable active on ethernet port, but DHCP disabled on the LAN
2. Go to the NetworkManager Applet, showing the 'x', select "Ethernet Connection 1" click "Edit", select connection from DHCP automatic to "Manual", type IP address, netmask and default gateway. Type DNS (ie 220.127.116.11 for Google DNS)
3. Click on "Save"
Two connections named "Ethernet Connection 1" appear now on the list.
If you now see two identical connections on the list and click "Delete", one of the two disappears, leaving only one, but actually, you erased both (as they had the same name). When you close the NetworkManager and re-open it, you find you have NONE.
A single connection should appear.
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