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I am trying to share my Ubuntu 11.10 internet connection via my wireless to another computer via ethernet. When I try to share them I get this endless "Connection Established"/"Disconnected" loop. I've tried updating everything, tried using Firestarter, tried everything I knew to. The card is supported for this because I was able to do it back in 11.04. Any help would be nice. :)

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I'm experiencing the same but yet can't find an answer. Hope you receive one. –  Papiux Nov 7 '11 at 21:36
    
See this question: askubuntu.com/questions/64494/… –  Quaternion Nov 10 '11 at 4:08
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here https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/network-manager/+bug/865001 it is recommended to set IPv6 to "Ignore" and sudo killall dnsmasq

worked for me

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Not working for me. With the wired connections I have done the IPv6 stuff and dnsmasq and still if I so much as think about sharing with the wired cards it starts the endless loop. –  Luis Alvarado Dec 12 '11 at 1:48
    
Worked for me. Thanks. –  Vicky Chijwani Jan 22 '12 at 20:49
    
Worked for me too: with Ubuntu 11.10 and 10.04, but I had to unplugg the ethernet cable, then it worked. –  math Mar 4 '12 at 11:38
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ICS seems to work perfectly despite the messages.

Killing the nm-applet from the System Monitor got rid of the messages and ICS was still working OK.

Solution:

Go to the IPv6 Settings tab for the ICS connection, set the method to Ignore and uncheck the Require IPv6.... box.

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Solved - go to the IPv6 Settings tab for the ICS connection, set the method to ignore and uncheck the 'Require IPv6....' box. –  Martin Hoare Feb 1 '12 at 11:32
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