[nSLUG] Wireless Router

Mike.lifeguard mike.lifeguard at gmail.com
Sat Mar 13 00:40:00 AST 2010


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On 10-03-13 12:23 AM, Jason Kenney wrote:
> If you're using the Ubuntu network-manager, it's my opinion that it's
> essentially broken.  I haven't used it for wireless connections, but
> as it cannot manage to correctly and consistently keep a statically
> configured wired connection up correctly, I wouldn't hold my breath.
> 
> Jason

Actually, today I had my first issue with network-manager. When plugging
in eth0, the connection would switch, but it also retained the wlan0
connection - couldn't access anything. I had to turn off wireless while
plugged in (& promptly forgot to turn it back on when unplugging so it
didn't switch to wlan0 on its own). Very strange, I had never had that
(or any other) problem in the past.

- -Mike
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