On Wed, Sep 30, 2020 at 08:22:51AM +0200, Daniel Wagner wrote:
On Mon, Sep 28, 2020 at 05:43:23AM -0500, KeithG wrote:
> I get the same response on all Arch Linux systems: armv6 armv7 and x86_64.
> Also, if I reboot with nothing connected to the ethernet port, it will
> connect to the wifi SSID, but only at boot. If I connect the ethernet cable
> then ssh into it and type 'connmanctl scan wifi', the prompt does not
> return though the journalctl log shows that it did scan and that it did
> 'see' the SSID but it will not connect.
Okay, the auto connection algorithm somehow decides not to reconnect to
the SSID. That is strange. As I said I'll try to reproduce it
I was not able to reproduce your problem. ConnMan reliable reconnects to
my WiFi network (toggling SSID on the router, restarting iwd, unplug and
plug USB WiFi dongle).
Though one thing I noticed in your problem description is that you are
also using ethernet at the same time. Note that ConnMan will not
autoconnect to WiFi if ethernet is present in the default settings. See
the documentation on connman.conf
with those config knobs you can influence the auto connect algorithm.