[qubes-users] Re:Persistant routes on Qubes are not persistant?!

2016-10-17 Thread 4m4wzj+81e4x9zkjcyco via qubes-users
Yes, the symlink is in place:

ls /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections
131205 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 32 Oct 17 21:17 
/etc/NetworkManager/system-connections -> /rw/config/NM-system-connections/


The /dev/xvdb is properly mounted on /rw :

/dev/xvdb on /rw type ext4 (rw,relatime,discard,data=ordered)
 
I don't have a /etc/system directory on my system, are you referring to the 
unit files?
For the sys-firewall I'm using the default template - > fedora-23

When I set the routes by hand via NetworkManager they are reflected on the 
qubes-uplink-eth0 file:
(...)
[ipv4]
address1=10.137.1.8/32,10.137.1.1
dns=10.137.1.1;10.137.1.254;
dns-search=
may-fail=false
method=manual
never-default=true
route1=192.168.0.0/16,10.137.1.1
route2=172.16.0.0/16,10.137.1.1
#---EOF---
 
The file before the sys-firewall is rebooted has the following checksum and 
md5sum:

2551335477 425 qubes-uplink-eth0
83b37a6b68007838efb1e9e9fbc841f4  qubes-uplink-eth0

As soon as the sys-firewall  is booted the file with the NW configuration is 
overwritten :

[ipv4]
method=manual
may-fail=false
dns=10.137.1.1;10.137.1.254
addresses1=10.137.1.8;32;10.137.1.1
#---EOF---

As you can see the configuration was not preserved.
Therefore something is clearly overwritten the NM configuration, the problem is 
to know what and how to avoid it, preserving the NM config.


So in short, I cannot tell what process have been changing the NM configuration 
at every boot. It would be great if someone from the Qubes support would be 
able to shed some light on this.






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[qubes-users] Re:Persistant routes on Qubes are not persistant?!

2016-10-16 Thread 4lpt9o+3m11o9qubb38o via qubes-users
I basically need to add some static routes to access different parts of the 
local network, otherwise the traffic destined to my internal network will be 
tunneled through the VPN.
I've tried to add this via the NetworkManager which is what I intend, however 
the routes, as soon as the VM is bounced, are overwritten.
Having this into the the rc.local is not a very elegant solution since the 
Network Manager is suppose to handle this.

So is there a way to static add this routes via the Network Manager ensuring 
they are preserved at each boot?






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Re: [qubes-users] Re:Persistant routes on Qubes are not persistant?!

2016-10-15 Thread johnyjukya
>> Does anyone knows how to set static routes persistently into the
>> sys-firewall?

NetworkManager lets you add static routes for a network card.  You might
be able to get what you want by adding and checking off the
'network-manager' service for the VM (and restarting), then configuring
the virtual interface's routes from the new additional NetworkManager Icon
that should show up.

You might be able to disable the service afterwards if you don't want the
extra taskbar icon.  I think the settings should stick around even if the
NetworkManager GUI/icon isn't running.

JJ

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[qubes-users] Re:Persistant routes on Qubes are not persistant?!

2016-10-15 Thread 4lj7sp+iurnm2duwf1g via qubes-users
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Does anyone knows how to set static routes persistently into the sys-firewall?

Thanks






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