[Trac-bugs] [PC-BSD Trac] #964: Control Panel/Network Configuration - serious issues!

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Tue Feb 4 10:52:34 PST 2014


#964: Control Panel/Network Configuration - serious issues!
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  Reporter:  geostar          |      Owner:  kenmoore
      Type:  System Defect    |     Status:  assigned
  Priority:  critical         |  Milestone:
 Component:  Network Manager  |    Version:  10.0-RELEASE
Resolution:                   |   Keywords:  networking lan
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Comment (by geostar):

 I attached a new zipped file that contains the "rc.conf, resolv.conf,
 dhclient.conf and hosts" and their content, right after installation of a
 fresh PC-BSD 10-RELASE OS (ver. in my original dmesg attachement) with KDE
 desktop option - as a default in the install! No configuration or edits
 (of any kind) were made, after the installation. Although, "ifconifg"
 shows dynamic LAN/IP assigned to the msk1 interface, there's no network
 connectivity to the GW/LAN IP. The network interface (msk1) IP is on the
 same LAN segment as the router that provided the IP! Somehow the msk1
 obtained the dynamic IP from the router, but rest of the network
 configuration failed!

 As additional note: I also tested PCBSD10-STABLE-p7-01-06-2014-x64*.iso,
 in the same system. That distribution had no issue with automagic
 configuration of networking  with dynamic LAN/IP, during initial
 installation. But, after the installation, I did experience same issues,
 as in PCBSD10-RELEASE, while trying to set-up static LAN/IP through PC-BSD
 Control Panel with the Network Configuration util.

 Replying to [comment:6 kenmoore]:
 > Getting back to the original PC-BSD Network Manager issues you
 mentioned:
 > I need you to verify a couple issues you mentioned but I cannot
 reproduce:
 >
 > 1) Does your /etc/[rc.conf, resolv.conf, dhclient.conf] get modified
 appropriately when you save your changes in the GUI?
 >
 > 2) Did your network get restarted properly after making the changes?
 >
 > Additional:
 > Just to make sure, you are using the PC-BSD Network Manager[1] and not
 some KDE network utility?
 >
 > [1] http://wiki.pcbsd.org/index.php/PC-BSD%C2%AE_Users_Handbook/10.0
 > See section 8.18 - Network Configuration

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