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#1 2023-11-10 13:36:51

speedyx
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[SOLVED] No internet after today's systemd upgrade

Dear Archers,

After today's upgrade, my KDE NetworkManager stopped working.
The issue should be the systemd upgrade, from 254.5-1 to 254.6-1.
When I downgraded, there was no issue at all.

Hopefully, this alert can help the developers.
Thank you for your great job!

Last edited by speedyx (2023-11-11 04:12:01)


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#2 2023-11-10 18:11:12

seth
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Re: [SOLVED] No internet after today's systemd upgrade

Please post your complete system journal for the boot, eg.

sudo journalctl -b -1 | curl -F 'file=@-' 0x0.st

for the previous ("-1") one.

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#3 2023-11-10 20:49:52

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Re: [SOLVED] No internet after today's systemd upgrade

Thank you for replying!
Here there is a file between the two boot of the system.
I hope is not too long.


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#4 2023-11-10 21:31:25

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Re: [SOLVED] No internet after today's systemd upgrade

254.5-1 boot has you at

Nov 10 13:56:58 thinkbook NetworkManager[704]: <info>  [1699621018.1774] manager: NetworkManager state is now CONNECTED_SITE
Nov 10 13:56:58 thinkbook NetworkManager[704]: <info>  [1699621018.1797] device (wlp82s0): Activation: successful, device activated.

There's no CONNECTED_GLOBAL

254.6-1 ends every single attempt at the 5GHz and 2.4GHz AP

Nov 10 13:51:09 thinkbook wpa_supplicant[747]: wlp82s0: Authentication with 44:a5:6e:a5:2f:b3 timed out.
Nov 10 13:51:20 thinkbook wpa_supplicant[747]: wlp82s0: Authentication with 44:a5:6e:a5:2f:b3 timed out.
Nov 10 13:51:33 thinkbook wpa_supplicant[747]: wlp82s0: Authentication with 44:a5:6e:a5:2f:b3 timed out.
Nov 10 13:51:59 thinkbook wpa_supplicant[747]: wlp82s0: Authentication with 44:a5:6e:a5:2f:b2 timed out.
Nov 10 13:52:25 thinkbook wpa_supplicant[747]: wlp82s0: Authentication with 44:a5:6e:a5:2f:b2 timed out.
Nov 10 13:52:56 thinkbook wpa_supplicant[747]: wlp82s0: Authentication with 44:a5:6e:a5:2f:b3 timed out.
Nov 10 13:53:18 thinkbook wpa_supplicant[747]: wlp82s0: Authentication with 44:a5:6e:a5:2f:b3 timed out.
Nov 10 13:54:49 thinkbook wpa_supplicant[747]: wlp82s0: Authentication with 44:a5:6e:a5:2f:b2 timed out.
Nov 10 13:55:15 thinkbook wpa_supplicant[747]: wlp82s0: Authentication with 44:a5:6e:a5:2f:b2 timed out.
Nov 10 13:55:40 thinkbook wpa_supplicant[747]: wlp82s0: Authentication with 44:a5:6e:a5:2f:b2 timed out.

I assume the wired connection works fine?

Under normal circumstances I'd say the AP doesn't like the MAC randomization.
What sticks out is that

Nov 10 13:55:56 thinkbook NetworkManager[696]: <info>  [1699620956.2609] manager: startup complete

happens MUCH later w/ the new systemd and only after all the failed attempts while

Nov 10 13:56:46 thinkbook NetworkManager[704]: <info>  [1699621006.9037] manager: startup complete

is 6s after NM executes and before the first and only (and succesful) wpa_supplicant authentcation attempt.

So indeed there seems to be some change about condition handling.

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#5 2023-11-11 04:11:33

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Re: [SOLVED] No internet after today's systemd upgrade

I tried again to perform the update and it worked.
I cannot understand what changed.
I should mention that I am connected to the local wifi network with an extender and I haven't set in KDE NetworkManager any randomization of the MAC address.
Thank you very much for your time. I set the topic as [SOLVED].


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#6 2023-11-11 08:09:30

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Re: [SOLVED] No internet after today's systemd upgrade

It's default behavior, https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Networ … domization

There're two APs in the journals, a 5GHz and a 2.4GHz one, both BSSIDs only differ in the last byte  (b2 & b3) so the extender is probably transparent?
Do you know when it's in use (or do you expect it "always")?

The link between extender and router having been broken would probably fit the pattern since there's never a problem w/ the association, but then the authentication simply times out.

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#7 2023-11-11 10:39:58

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Re: [SOLVED] No internet after today's systemd upgrade

They are always on extenders. Two frequencies on the same Netgear extender.


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