everyone,Ime having trouble with a CentOS 7 guest running on a Hyper-V host. For some reason, the CentOS guest randomly drops its IP address. Runningsystemctl restart NetworkManager on the console will restore IPconnectivity without a reboot. I th..
This problem occured both before the release with CR repo and now after the release. I have 150 laptops running CentOS7 / MATE, including my own laptop.We have these repos enabled:repo id repo naam status base/7/x86_64 CentOS-7 – Base 9.591beid-releas..
My manager tells me a system in the datacenter is down. I go down there, and plug in a monitor-on-a-stick and keyboard. Its up, but no network. Itry systemctl restart NetworkManager several times, and ip a shows *no*change.Finally, I do an ifdown, follo..
Ive made 3 CentOS 7 installation attempts to configure a simple firewall/router box with 2 nics. I got myself into a circular scenario where NetworkManager and firewalld and /etc/sysconfig/network-scrpts/ifcfg-***** were interfering or overwriting e..
As a heads up RHEL 7.3 is released:https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/7/html/7.3_Release_Notes/index.htmlPay careful attention when the CR repo starts churning out RPMs (if you have CR enabled) as there have bee..
Im trying to connect my CentOS 6.8 laptop to the wireless net at work, which is secured with WPA2 and AES. Ive done this successfully in the past using NetworkManager, but a new safety feature was recently introduced: A CA certificate is required. Af..
Why is it so, that NetworkManager allows, and in several cases Ive had, defaults to setting default route to several interfaces at the same time?Had my fair share of problems with how 172.17.62.something interface tries to ask for a DHCP lease from 193.someth..
I realize that many on this list have likely applauded the NetworkManager package split that removed wireless stuff into its own package, NetworkManager-wifi, because for wired workstations and servers it might be desirable to not have any wifi softw..
Simple question, Id like to know whether its possible to disable IPv6 with NetworkManager only (over command line)?I am aware of:* echo net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6 = 1 >/etc/sysctl.d/disableipv6.conf* sysctl -pBut doing it with NM would be way eas..
Annoyances:1. Im seeing a lot of noise in the logfile for a workstation that I just built a couple months ago. One complaint is that Configuration file /usr/lib/systemd/system/ebtables.service is marked executable. Please remove executable permiss..