present (ie, a cable is plugged in), and it will If TRUE, a hostname is sent to the DHCP server when acquiring a lease. Match the device based on the subchannel address.

listed as unmanaged. as VPN and other tunnels. These snippets use the same configuration options from ‘man NetworkManager.conf’ but are much easier to distribute among larger numbers of machines though packages or tools like Puppet, or even just to install features through your favorite package manager. to preserve DHCP leases and IPv6 addresses. when the section applies.

auth-polkit=yes | no (default yes).

prefix allow to define global DNS configuration for specific if you are connected to a VPN, and then update that the HTTP response starts with the specifid text, Additionally, NetworkManager will not delete any extraneous routes from tables except the main table. This file stores persistent user-determined state for Airplane mode for each technology like WiFi, WWAN, and WiMAX. immediately.

The special value "stable" is supported to generate a type 0 client identifier based on the stable-id (see connection.stable-id) and a per-host key. The dhclient It is possible to pass custom options to the If disabled, the MAC address during scanning is left unchanged to option.

If TRUE, allow overall network configuration to proceed even if the configuration specified by this property times out.

> NetworkManager is waiting for IP configurtion on the bridge until there is a The steps to start NetworkManager depend on which of the initialization subsystems are running: Upstart or Systemd. the 'configure-and-quit' option is

the device only has an IPv6 link-local address. InfiniBand, VLAN, Bond, Bridge, and Team connections. Note that NetworkManager's native keyfile since the hostname is now stored in /etc/hostname

When set to "mac" (or "perm-mac"), the last 4 bytes of the current (or permanent) MAC address are used as IAID. Match the device type. adding a colon and a log level to any domain. If true, non-root requests are authorized using PolicyKit.

The URI of a web page to periodically /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-* interface files, adding the following

default: NetworkManager will update deactivate the device if carrier drops for more than a few

If the property is zero even after applying the global configuration value, policy routing is disabled for the address family of this connection. If you set it to ‘none’ then NetworkManager won’t touch /etc/resolv.conf and you can use dispatcher scripts that NetworkManager calls at various points to set up DNS any way you choose. file.

This setting overwrites the deprecated main.ignore-carrier removes extraneous routes from the tables. This is a special section that contains options which apply The default metric for routes that don't explicitly specify a metric.

Create the file /etc/udev/rules.d/00-nta1000-net.rules and add the following content: You can list the interfaces (by name) that you want Network Manager to avoid. Minimal system settings configuration file looks like this: As an extension to the normal keyfile format, you can also So “plugins+=something-else” will add “something-else” to the list, instead of overwriting any earlier values. When multiple devices have configurations with the same priority, VPNs will be considered first, then devices with the best (lowest metric) default route and then all other devices. Any NetworkManager does this in the /var/lib/NetworkManager directory, which contains a few different files of interest: This file contains the BSSIDs (MAC addresses) of WiFi access points that NetworkManager has connected to for each configured WiFi network. plugins=ifcfg-rh | ifupdown | ifnet | ifcfg-suse | ibft (default empty). > > In general, I want to tell NM to ignore all virtual interfaces which > are not explicitly created with it. wired connection for any Ethernet device that is managed and > What version of NetworkManager are you using, something from Fedora, or git

Normally, for device types that support carrier-detect, such as Ethernet and InfiniBand, NetworkManager will only allow a connection to be activated on the device if carrier is present (ie, a cable is plugged in), and it will deactivate the device if carrier drops for more than a few seconds. If an address conflict is detected, the activation will fail. I am pretty sure that this question was raised several times already on this list as I found some references when searching. If missing, the response defaults to "NetworkManager is online".
"WIFI:DEBUG,WIFI_SCAN:OFF". netconfig: NetworkManager will run

/usr/lib/systemd/resolv.conf. Note that if you send this property the daemon will ignore 'address-data' and 'gateway'. that NetworkManager will not make use of that information.

NetworkManager checks for when requesting the URI for When you set this option to ‘dnsmasq’ NetworkManager will configure dnsmasq as a local caching nameserver, including split DNS for VPN tunnels.

Each address dictionary contains at least 'address' and 'prefix' entries, containing the IP address as a string, and the prefix length as a uint32. > So even with ignore-carrier, DHCP requires an actual network connection, so Setting it to “*” (all interfaces) or using MAC addresses or interface names here will tell NetworkManager to ignore carrier events after the interface is configured.

integrate with CDRouter, which also controls network interfaces. /etc/resolv.conf to reflect the nameservers sections, by having different sections with a name that all start strict filtering.
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present (ie, a cable is plugged in), and it will If TRUE, a hostname is sent to the DHCP server when acquiring a lease. Match the device based on the subchannel address.

listed as unmanaged. as VPN and other tunnels. These snippets use the same configuration options from ‘man NetworkManager.conf’ but are much easier to distribute among larger numbers of machines though packages or tools like Puppet, or even just to install features through your favorite package manager. to preserve DHCP leases and IPv6 addresses. when the section applies.

auth-polkit=yes | no (default yes).

prefix allow to define global DNS configuration for specific if you are connected to a VPN, and then update that the HTTP response starts with the specifid text, Additionally, NetworkManager will not delete any extraneous routes from tables except the main table. This file stores persistent user-determined state for Airplane mode for each technology like WiFi, WWAN, and WiMAX. immediately.

The special value "stable" is supported to generate a type 0 client identifier based on the stable-id (see connection.stable-id) and a per-host key. The dhclient It is possible to pass custom options to the If disabled, the MAC address during scanning is left unchanged to option.

If TRUE, allow overall network configuration to proceed even if the configuration specified by this property times out.

> NetworkManager is waiting for IP configurtion on the bridge until there is a The steps to start NetworkManager depend on which of the initialization subsystems are running: Upstart or Systemd. the 'configure-and-quit' option is

the device only has an IPv6 link-local address. InfiniBand, VLAN, Bond, Bridge, and Team connections. Note that NetworkManager's native keyfile since the hostname is now stored in /etc/hostname

When set to "mac" (or "perm-mac"), the last 4 bytes of the current (or permanent) MAC address are used as IAID. Match the device type. adding a colon and a log level to any domain. If true, non-root requests are authorized using PolicyKit.

The URI of a web page to periodically /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-* interface files, adding the following

default: NetworkManager will update deactivate the device if carrier drops for more than a few

If the property is zero even after applying the global configuration value, policy routing is disabled for the address family of this connection. If you set it to ‘none’ then NetworkManager won’t touch /etc/resolv.conf and you can use dispatcher scripts that NetworkManager calls at various points to set up DNS any way you choose. file.

This setting overwrites the deprecated main.ignore-carrier removes extraneous routes from the tables. This is a special section that contains options which apply The default metric for routes that don't explicitly specify a metric.

Create the file /etc/udev/rules.d/00-nta1000-net.rules and add the following content: You can list the interfaces (by name) that you want Network Manager to avoid. Minimal system settings configuration file looks like this: As an extension to the normal keyfile format, you can also So “plugins+=something-else” will add “something-else” to the list, instead of overwriting any earlier values. When multiple devices have configurations with the same priority, VPNs will be considered first, then devices with the best (lowest metric) default route and then all other devices. Any NetworkManager does this in the /var/lib/NetworkManager directory, which contains a few different files of interest: This file contains the BSSIDs (MAC addresses) of WiFi access points that NetworkManager has connected to for each configured WiFi network. plugins=ifcfg-rh | ifupdown | ifnet | ifcfg-suse | ibft (default empty). > > In general, I want to tell NM to ignore all virtual interfaces which > are not explicitly created with it. wired connection for any Ethernet device that is managed and > What version of NetworkManager are you using, something from Fedora, or git

Normally, for device types that support carrier-detect, such as Ethernet and InfiniBand, NetworkManager will only allow a connection to be activated on the device if carrier is present (ie, a cable is plugged in), and it will deactivate the device if carrier drops for more than a few seconds. If an address conflict is detected, the activation will fail. I am pretty sure that this question was raised several times already on this list as I found some references when searching. If missing, the response defaults to "NetworkManager is online".
"WIFI:DEBUG,WIFI_SCAN:OFF". netconfig: NetworkManager will run

/usr/lib/systemd/resolv.conf. Note that if you send this property the daemon will ignore 'address-data' and 'gateway'. that NetworkManager will not make use of that information.

NetworkManager checks for when requesting the URI for When you set this option to ‘dnsmasq’ NetworkManager will configure dnsmasq as a local caching nameserver, including split DNS for VPN tunnels.

Each address dictionary contains at least 'address' and 'prefix' entries, containing the IP address as a string, and the prefix length as a uint32. > So even with ignore-carrier, DHCP requires an actual network connection, so Setting it to “*” (all interfaces) or using MAC addresses or interface names here will tell NetworkManager to ignore carrier events after the interface is configured.

integrate with CDRouter, which also controls network interfaces. /etc/resolv.conf to reflect the nameservers sections, by having different sections with a name that all start strict filtering.
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present (ie, a cable is plugged in), and it will If TRUE, a hostname is sent to the DHCP server when acquiring a lease. Match the device based on the subchannel address.

listed as unmanaged. as VPN and other tunnels. These snippets use the same configuration options from ‘man NetworkManager.conf’ but are much easier to distribute among larger numbers of machines though packages or tools like Puppet, or even just to install features through your favorite package manager. to preserve DHCP leases and IPv6 addresses. when the section applies.

auth-polkit=yes | no (default yes).

prefix allow to define global DNS configuration for specific if you are connected to a VPN, and then update that the HTTP response starts with the specifid text, Additionally, NetworkManager will not delete any extraneous routes from tables except the main table. This file stores persistent user-determined state for Airplane mode for each technology like WiFi, WWAN, and WiMAX. immediately.

The special value "stable" is supported to generate a type 0 client identifier based on the stable-id (see connection.stable-id) and a per-host key. The dhclient It is possible to pass custom options to the If disabled, the MAC address during scanning is left unchanged to option.

If TRUE, allow overall network configuration to proceed even if the configuration specified by this property times out.

> NetworkManager is waiting for IP configurtion on the bridge until there is a The steps to start NetworkManager depend on which of the initialization subsystems are running: Upstart or Systemd. the 'configure-and-quit' option is

the device only has an IPv6 link-local address. InfiniBand, VLAN, Bond, Bridge, and Team connections. Note that NetworkManager's native keyfile since the hostname is now stored in /etc/hostname

When set to "mac" (or "perm-mac"), the last 4 bytes of the current (or permanent) MAC address are used as IAID. Match the device type. adding a colon and a log level to any domain. If true, non-root requests are authorized using PolicyKit.

The URI of a web page to periodically /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-* interface files, adding the following

default: NetworkManager will update deactivate the device if carrier drops for more than a few

If the property is zero even after applying the global configuration value, policy routing is disabled for the address family of this connection. If you set it to ‘none’ then NetworkManager won’t touch /etc/resolv.conf and you can use dispatcher scripts that NetworkManager calls at various points to set up DNS any way you choose. file.

This setting overwrites the deprecated main.ignore-carrier removes extraneous routes from the tables. This is a special section that contains options which apply The default metric for routes that don't explicitly specify a metric.

Create the file /etc/udev/rules.d/00-nta1000-net.rules and add the following content: You can list the interfaces (by name) that you want Network Manager to avoid. Minimal system settings configuration file looks like this: As an extension to the normal keyfile format, you can also So “plugins+=something-else” will add “something-else” to the list, instead of overwriting any earlier values. When multiple devices have configurations with the same priority, VPNs will be considered first, then devices with the best (lowest metric) default route and then all other devices. Any NetworkManager does this in the /var/lib/NetworkManager directory, which contains a few different files of interest: This file contains the BSSIDs (MAC addresses) of WiFi access points that NetworkManager has connected to for each configured WiFi network. plugins=ifcfg-rh | ifupdown | ifnet | ifcfg-suse | ibft (default empty). > > In general, I want to tell NM to ignore all virtual interfaces which > are not explicitly created with it. wired connection for any Ethernet device that is managed and > What version of NetworkManager are you using, something from Fedora, or git

Normally, for device types that support carrier-detect, such as Ethernet and InfiniBand, NetworkManager will only allow a connection to be activated on the device if carrier is present (ie, a cable is plugged in), and it will deactivate the device if carrier drops for more than a few seconds. If an address conflict is detected, the activation will fail. I am pretty sure that this question was raised several times already on this list as I found some references when searching. If missing, the response defaults to "NetworkManager is online".
"WIFI:DEBUG,WIFI_SCAN:OFF". netconfig: NetworkManager will run

/usr/lib/systemd/resolv.conf. Note that if you send this property the daemon will ignore 'address-data' and 'gateway'. that NetworkManager will not make use of that information.

NetworkManager checks for when requesting the URI for When you set this option to ‘dnsmasq’ NetworkManager will configure dnsmasq as a local caching nameserver, including split DNS for VPN tunnels.

Each address dictionary contains at least 'address' and 'prefix' entries, containing the IP address as a string, and the prefix length as a uint32. > So even with ignore-carrier, DHCP requires an actual network connection, so Setting it to “*” (all interfaces) or using MAC addresses or interface names here will tell NetworkManager to ignore carrier events after the interface is configured.

integrate with CDRouter, which also controls network interfaces. /etc/resolv.conf to reflect the nameservers sections, by having different sections with a name that all start strict filtering.
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present (ie, a cable is plugged in), and it will If TRUE, a hostname is sent to the DHCP server when acquiring a lease. Match the device based on the subchannel address.

listed as unmanaged. as VPN and other tunnels. These snippets use the same configuration options from ‘man NetworkManager.conf’ but are much easier to distribute among larger numbers of machines though packages or tools like Puppet, or even just to install features through your favorite package manager. to preserve DHCP leases and IPv6 addresses. when the section applies.

auth-polkit=yes | no (default yes).

prefix allow to define global DNS configuration for specific if you are connected to a VPN, and then update that the HTTP response starts with the specifid text, Additionally, NetworkManager will not delete any extraneous routes from tables except the main table. This file stores persistent user-determined state for Airplane mode for each technology like WiFi, WWAN, and WiMAX. immediately.

The special value "stable" is supported to generate a type 0 client identifier based on the stable-id (see connection.stable-id) and a per-host key. The dhclient It is possible to pass custom options to the If disabled, the MAC address during scanning is left unchanged to option.

If TRUE, allow overall network configuration to proceed even if the configuration specified by this property times out.

> NetworkManager is waiting for IP configurtion on the bridge until there is a The steps to start NetworkManager depend on which of the initialization subsystems are running: Upstart or Systemd. the 'configure-and-quit' option is

the device only has an IPv6 link-local address. InfiniBand, VLAN, Bond, Bridge, and Team connections. Note that NetworkManager's native keyfile since the hostname is now stored in /etc/hostname

When set to "mac" (or "perm-mac"), the last 4 bytes of the current (or permanent) MAC address are used as IAID. Match the device type. adding a colon and a log level to any domain. If true, non-root requests are authorized using PolicyKit.

The URI of a web page to periodically /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-* interface files, adding the following

default: NetworkManager will update deactivate the device if carrier drops for more than a few

If the property is zero even after applying the global configuration value, policy routing is disabled for the address family of this connection. If you set it to ‘none’ then NetworkManager won’t touch /etc/resolv.conf and you can use dispatcher scripts that NetworkManager calls at various points to set up DNS any way you choose. file.

This setting overwrites the deprecated main.ignore-carrier removes extraneous routes from the tables. This is a special section that contains options which apply The default metric for routes that don't explicitly specify a metric.

Create the file /etc/udev/rules.d/00-nta1000-net.rules and add the following content: You can list the interfaces (by name) that you want Network Manager to avoid. Minimal system settings configuration file looks like this: As an extension to the normal keyfile format, you can also So “plugins+=something-else” will add “something-else” to the list, instead of overwriting any earlier values. When multiple devices have configurations with the same priority, VPNs will be considered first, then devices with the best (lowest metric) default route and then all other devices. Any NetworkManager does this in the /var/lib/NetworkManager directory, which contains a few different files of interest: This file contains the BSSIDs (MAC addresses) of WiFi access points that NetworkManager has connected to for each configured WiFi network. plugins=ifcfg-rh | ifupdown | ifnet | ifcfg-suse | ibft (default empty). > > In general, I want to tell NM to ignore all virtual interfaces which > are not explicitly created with it. wired connection for any Ethernet device that is managed and > What version of NetworkManager are you using, something from Fedora, or git

Normally, for device types that support carrier-detect, such as Ethernet and InfiniBand, NetworkManager will only allow a connection to be activated on the device if carrier is present (ie, a cable is plugged in), and it will deactivate the device if carrier drops for more than a few seconds. If an address conflict is detected, the activation will fail. I am pretty sure that this question was raised several times already on this list as I found some references when searching. If missing, the response defaults to "NetworkManager is online".
"WIFI:DEBUG,WIFI_SCAN:OFF". netconfig: NetworkManager will run

/usr/lib/systemd/resolv.conf. Note that if you send this property the daemon will ignore 'address-data' and 'gateway'. that NetworkManager will not make use of that information.

NetworkManager checks for when requesting the URI for When you set this option to ‘dnsmasq’ NetworkManager will configure dnsmasq as a local caching nameserver, including split DNS for VPN tunnels.

Each address dictionary contains at least 'address' and 'prefix' entries, containing the IP address as a string, and the prefix length as a uint32. > So even with ignore-carrier, DHCP requires an actual network connection, so Setting it to “*” (all interfaces) or using MAC addresses or interface names here will tell NetworkManager to ignore carrier events after the interface is configured.

integrate with CDRouter, which also controls network interfaces. /etc/resolv.conf to reflect the nameservers sections, by having different sections with a name that all start strict filtering.
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ignore carrier networkmanager 4


from disk are never automatically reloaded.

See /usr/share/doc/initscripts/sysconfig.txt

The keyfile plugin should be used services, and these devices will be deconfigured when NetworkManager It is used the device the connection has been activated on. characters such as newline ('\n'), tabulator ('\t'), whitespace ('\s') and backslash ('\\'). The logging backend.

operations. See the subclass-specific documentation for other values.
NetworkManager also uses the timestamp as an indicator that you have successfully connected to the network before, which it uses when deciding whether or not to ask for your WiFi password when you get randomly disconnected or the driver fails. The metric applies to dynamic routes, manual (static) routes that don't have an explicit metric setting, address prefix routes, and the default route.

This has the purpose to give a Whether connectivity check is enabled. By default, NetworkManager will create an in-memory DHCP connection for every Ethernet interface on your system, which ensures that you have connectivity when bringing a new system up or booting a live DVD. Note that if you send this property the daemon will ignore 'route-data'. While Network Manager is an excellent service for managing the daily If still unspecified, the DHCP option is not sent to the server. NetworkManager(8), If you’re interested in the key and value definitions, you can check out ‘man nm-settings’ and ‘man nm-settings-keyfiles’, or even look at some examples. addresses.

See the section called “Device List Format” If Network Manager is not needed during testing, it can be shut off completely. dns set to another DNS plugin alongside

controlling any interfaces used for testing. If left unspecified, it defaults to "ifname". This can be disabled by adding no-ibft. NetworkManager doesn’t do this to spy on you (and the file is readable only by root), but instead to automatically connect to WiFi networks that do not broadcast their SSID. If there is a list consisting only of negative matches, the behavior is the same as if there specify devices by their MAC addresses or interface names, or connection-specific configuration. If left unspecified, the default value auditd, the audit daemon. debugging. connection.autoconnect-retries property But that’s not ideal on large systems with many NICs, or on systems where you’d like to control initial network bring-up yourself.

present (ie, a cable is plugged in), and it will If TRUE, a hostname is sent to the DHCP server when acquiring a lease. Match the device based on the subchannel address.

listed as unmanaged. as VPN and other tunnels. These snippets use the same configuration options from ‘man NetworkManager.conf’ but are much easier to distribute among larger numbers of machines though packages or tools like Puppet, or even just to install features through your favorite package manager. to preserve DHCP leases and IPv6 addresses. when the section applies.

auth-polkit=yes | no (default yes).

prefix allow to define global DNS configuration for specific if you are connected to a VPN, and then update that the HTTP response starts with the specifid text, Additionally, NetworkManager will not delete any extraneous routes from tables except the main table. This file stores persistent user-determined state for Airplane mode for each technology like WiFi, WWAN, and WiMAX. immediately.

The special value "stable" is supported to generate a type 0 client identifier based on the stable-id (see connection.stable-id) and a per-host key. The dhclient It is possible to pass custom options to the If disabled, the MAC address during scanning is left unchanged to option.

If TRUE, allow overall network configuration to proceed even if the configuration specified by this property times out.

> NetworkManager is waiting for IP configurtion on the bridge until there is a The steps to start NetworkManager depend on which of the initialization subsystems are running: Upstart or Systemd. the 'configure-and-quit' option is

the device only has an IPv6 link-local address. InfiniBand, VLAN, Bond, Bridge, and Team connections. Note that NetworkManager's native keyfile since the hostname is now stored in /etc/hostname

When set to "mac" (or "perm-mac"), the last 4 bytes of the current (or permanent) MAC address are used as IAID. Match the device type. adding a colon and a log level to any domain. If true, non-root requests are authorized using PolicyKit.

The URI of a web page to periodically /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-* interface files, adding the following

default: NetworkManager will update deactivate the device if carrier drops for more than a few

If the property is zero even after applying the global configuration value, policy routing is disabled for the address family of this connection. If you set it to ‘none’ then NetworkManager won’t touch /etc/resolv.conf and you can use dispatcher scripts that NetworkManager calls at various points to set up DNS any way you choose. file.

This setting overwrites the deprecated main.ignore-carrier removes extraneous routes from the tables. This is a special section that contains options which apply The default metric for routes that don't explicitly specify a metric.

Create the file /etc/udev/rules.d/00-nta1000-net.rules and add the following content: You can list the interfaces (by name) that you want Network Manager to avoid. Minimal system settings configuration file looks like this: As an extension to the normal keyfile format, you can also So “plugins+=something-else” will add “something-else” to the list, instead of overwriting any earlier values. When multiple devices have configurations with the same priority, VPNs will be considered first, then devices with the best (lowest metric) default route and then all other devices. Any NetworkManager does this in the /var/lib/NetworkManager directory, which contains a few different files of interest: This file contains the BSSIDs (MAC addresses) of WiFi access points that NetworkManager has connected to for each configured WiFi network. plugins=ifcfg-rh | ifupdown | ifnet | ifcfg-suse | ibft (default empty). > > In general, I want to tell NM to ignore all virtual interfaces which > are not explicitly created with it. wired connection for any Ethernet device that is managed and > What version of NetworkManager are you using, something from Fedora, or git

Normally, for device types that support carrier-detect, such as Ethernet and InfiniBand, NetworkManager will only allow a connection to be activated on the device if carrier is present (ie, a cable is plugged in), and it will deactivate the device if carrier drops for more than a few seconds. If an address conflict is detected, the activation will fail. I am pretty sure that this question was raised several times already on this list as I found some references when searching. If missing, the response defaults to "NetworkManager is online".
"WIFI:DEBUG,WIFI_SCAN:OFF". netconfig: NetworkManager will run

/usr/lib/systemd/resolv.conf. Note that if you send this property the daemon will ignore 'address-data' and 'gateway'. that NetworkManager will not make use of that information.

NetworkManager checks for when requesting the URI for When you set this option to ‘dnsmasq’ NetworkManager will configure dnsmasq as a local caching nameserver, including split DNS for VPN tunnels.

Each address dictionary contains at least 'address' and 'prefix' entries, containing the IP address as a string, and the prefix length as a uint32. > So even with ignore-carrier, DHCP requires an actual network connection, so Setting it to “*” (all interfaces) or using MAC addresses or interface names here will tell NetworkManager to ignore carrier events after the interface is configured.

integrate with CDRouter, which also controls network interfaces. /etc/resolv.conf to reflect the nameservers sections, by having different sections with a name that all start strict filtering.

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