As it stands today you would deploy a /var/lib/connman/settings with
I deployed /var/lib/connman/settings,
nothing works without manually running the connmanctl configure. This
is a very basic feature, all documents pointed it should be
automatically notified and configured, I don't think it only works in
the latest version 1.36. What I could be missing? I am running 1.35 on
> I resolved this problem some time ago by telling that cellular
> are favorite (like Ethernet services). I use this patch with connman
> 1.36. Here is the patch comment:
> [connman] autoconnect cellular service when SIM is not known (#07397)
> Add a patch to connnman to make cellular services favorite (like
> services). This allow "unknown" cellular services to be
> Concretely, when a SIM is used for the first time on a board,
> cellular service
> will be autoconnected by connman if there is no ethernet cable
> plugged in.
> Maybe this could be integrated in upstream connman with a configuration
> in main.conf?
I deployed your patch, it still did not work, do I need to make
changes in main.conf?
While this works for your setup, it has unwanted side effects. Such
any new cellular network would autoconnect without interaction of the
user. Ethernet is different in this regard because the user already told
use the indent. He plugged the cable into the device.
I am not against changing this stuff, I am just pointing out this needs
more then just marking the cellular technology per default as auto
Should the default network connection follows PreferredTechnologies =
ethernet,wifi,cellular? Correct me if I am wrong, I thought
autoconnect feature is different to the network connection priority in
main.conf. If I define the priority in PreferredTechnologies, no user
intervention should be required.