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Network Manager

I've seen the same problem with OpenVPN on Windows XP.  Whenever
one of my users is having VPN trouble, the first thing I tell them is to
disable their wireless NIC or unplug their ethernet cable.  So far, that's
fixed the problem every time.

On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 10:36 AM, ref <tbs-Gb/NUjX2UK8 at> wrote:
> On Thu, 2009-02-12 at 10:22 -0500, Jerry Feldman wrote:
>> Recently on my laptop I have been noticing Network Manager connecting
>> both wired and wireless at the same time. In the past, I thought that NM
>> would only connect on one, bu not the other. Currently routing is
>> showing the default route to the gateway through the wired interface,
>> but there are 2 routes on the same subnet, one each through the 2
>> interfaces. This does not bother me, but there could be some interesting
>> issues. It also appears that network manager has recently changed on
>> Ubuntu. (Actually NM version 0.7).  Just curious.
> I have noticed this too, and actually it has caused some weird issues. I
> use the Zend IDE for developing PHP applications, and more specifically
> for its interactive debugger.
> Well, if you invoke the debugger via a browser when both wired and
> wireless are connected at the same time, the system goes into weirdspace
> and basically hangs. You cannot kill the browser, cannot kill the
> debugger and something deep inside either the server or the IDE has to
> timeout (about 5 minutes) before control is passed back to me. I guess
> the server cannot determine where the request originated from as the IDE
> will respond from 2 valid IP addresses.
> Ubuntu 8.10 with NM 0.7.0...
> Richard
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