This bug looks a bit dusty, what is the status on this? I connect via
eth0 to my ip provider which uses ppp0 and can't seem to connect using
xenial. I'm wondering if this is the issue.
Right now I'm considering dropping back to Trusty which comes with an
earlier version of network-manager and seems to be able to get me
connected without an issue.
Would love to see an update to this bug. Thank you, Anita.
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NetworkManager cannot handle both eth0 and ppp0 at the same time
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Okay, so I have a pppoe-connection to my internet-provider which I
connect to via a WLAN-AP that's connected with my home-network.
In network-manager I can set up my Ethernet (eth0) connection to
connect to the local network and my ppp0e (ppp0) connection to the
internet. When I click on network-manager, I only have radio-buttons
to select the desired "wired connection" which only allows me to
EITHER start eth0 OR ppp0. When I'm connected to the internet, I can't
access the LAN and vice-versa.
The ony solution for me right now is to use pppoeconf and configure
the eth0-connection via config file, which of course breaks network-
What I am asking for is simple: Allow the use of more than just one
"wired connection" in network-manager (ditch the radio buttons and
make them "multiple choice"?)
here's my etc/network/interfaces: (comments were made by me for better
readability here, they're not in the file itself)
iface lo inet loopback
iface dsl-provider inet ppp
pre-up /sbin/ifconfig eth0 up # line maintained by pppoeconf
iface eth0 inet static
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