Andrew Robinson wrote: > I posted this problem a couple of weeks ago. I did not get a solution, > so I'm trying again. > > I installed Fedora 10 on my E machines laptop. Got the Broadcom wireless > network working. For the first time, I am letting Network Manager manage > the network. In Network Manager, I disabled the wired network and > enabled the wireless network. > > The problem: on bootup, the default route is not set. I confirm this > with the 'netstat -nr' command. > > Here's the ground I've covered. > - The is not the bug where Network Manager sets the Netmask to the > gateway IP address. I noticed that and corrected it during the initial > installation. I can't say the issue isn't related, but I caught that error. > - I have the "GATEWAY=192.168.1.1" directive set in both the > /etc/sysconfig/network file and the ifcfg-wlan0 file. > - If I reset the interface ('ifdown wlan0', 'ifup wlan0') or reset the > network ('service network restart'), the default route gets set. > > Anyone have any ideas on what might be wrong? > > Thanks! > > Andrew Robinson > Dumb question - are you starting the network service, or the NetworkManager service at bootup? When you restart the network service, do you get 2 OKs, just 1 OK, or a failed and an OK? Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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