network goes down unexpectedly.

Colin Law clanlaw at gmail.com
Wed Mar 9 13:44:14 UTC 2016


On 9 March 2016 at 12:54, 李白|字一日 <calidion at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am sure that wireless connections will be disconnected not sure of wired
> connections.
> when it is disconnected, ifconfig shows no ip info.
> but the state of the network manger indicators that the connection is still
> established.
>
> when i click
> enable wifi or disable wifi.
> it sometimes makes no difference.

Please don't top post, insert your reply at appropriate points in the
previous post.  Thanks.

Also please provide the information asked for, we cannot help if you
do not provide information.  I will repeat the requests

>> After the network goes down what is the network icon in the top bar showing (it
>> should show two arrows or a fan with bars in it when it is connected).

Insert your answer here:

>> When the network is working open a terminal and type
>> ifconfig
>> and hit enter.  Copy/paste the output here.  In case you don't know,
>> use Ctrl+Shift+C to copy from the terminal.

Insert the copy/paste here:

>> Then when it is down repeat the command and again copy/paste it here.

Insert copy/paste here.

Thanks.

Colin

>
>
>
> 2016-03-09 18:01 GMT+08:00 Colin Law <clanlaw at gmail.com>:
>>
>> On 9 March 2016 at 09:36, 李白|字一日 <calidion at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > hi, all
>> >
>> > I am using Ubuntu 14.04.
>> > Recently my network seems encountered some troubles working properly.
>> >
>> > it can easily go down and never get back whenever you enable or disable
>> > it
>> > again through the network manager.
>> >
>> > I don't know if it is a ubuntu issue.
>> >
>> > and is there a fix for this?
>>
>> I am sure there will be a fix.
>>
>> Firstly are you using a wired connection or wifi?
>> When it goes down what is the network icon in the top bar showing (it
>> should show two arrows or a fan with bars in it when it is connected).
>> When the network is working open a terminal and type
>> ifconfig
>> and hit enter.  Copy/paste the output here.  In case you don't know,
>> use Ctrl+Shift+C to copy from the terminal.
>> Then when it is down repeat the command and again copy/paste it here.
>>
>> Colin
>>
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