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There are two ways I know of to get Network Manager to ignore a device: Mention it in /etc/network/interfaces Any valid configuration will do. This depends on managed being set to false (or unset) in /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf. From the manpage: [ifupdown] This section contains ifupdown-specific options and thus only has effect when using ...


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None of the above solutions worked for me in Ubuntu 14.04 The thing that worked: Remove your broadband connection (right clicking Network applet > Edit Connections) Reboot Add connection again This worked for me.


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You may try to force a network restart and a wifi scan after resume. I will adapt the instructions I gave in this answer for another problem. First, you need to create a small service script which will be triggered automatically by the system every time you resume. Run this command: gksu gedit /etc/pm/sleep.d/20_restart_net Add the following content: ...


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I don't know of anyway to make the GUI show different connections for different BSSIDs, but the CLI tool, nmcli offers this option: con Connections Get information about NetworkManager's connections. COMMAND := { list | status | up | down | delete } ... up id <id> | uuid <id> [iface <iface>] [ap <BSSID>] [nsp ...


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It's pretty easy if you know how to do it. Show available wlan access points: nmcli dev wifi Connect with access point: nmcli dev wifi connect $ACCESS_POINT password $PASSWORD


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this thread solved the problem of not detecting modem by Network Manager. Huawei E3272 Ubuntu Its adding rule for your Vendor and Productid if it gets detected in lsusb.


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When the VPN doesn't connect kindly: 1)Ping the VPN server to ensure it is available. 2) Confirm your Internet provider or your computer's firewall settings are still configured to permit traffic to and from your VPN. If you are using PPTP protocol, TCP Port 1723 and GRE Protocol 47 must be opened/enabled and for L2TP ensure UDP port 1701 is not blocked. ...


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I think what is missing is that the program nm-applet is not running, try starting it in a shell, with just: nm-applet or add it to the tray somehow. If it is just started like this, I'm not sure it will stay when you reboot, but it should work for now at least.



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