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Fedora25 network settings Add Network Connection goes straight to Add VPN

asked 2016-12-12 00:09:33 -0600

jburkholder gravatar image

Fresh install of Fedora25, trying to add a VLAN to a network interface using the Network Settings gui, when I push the '+' below the menu to open the Add Network Connection window, an Add VPN dialog pops up with no option to add a VLAN. According to the GUI docs and the way it worked in previous versions I should be able to choose between VPN, Bond, Bridge, VLAN or Team. Otherwise I can't find a way to add a VLAN using the Network Settings gui.

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answered 2016-12-12 17:34:10 -0600

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I don't think I've ever been able to add a VLAN using the Network control panel. I have always used nm-connection-editor. Once you create it there, you can edit it from the control panel list.

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answered 2017-03-18 16:06:15 -0600

lavie gravatar image

Did you ever get this to work? The Gnome Newtwork applet DID allow configuring bridges in older versions! It is also explicitly mentioned in the Fedora 25 networking guide.

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