nm-dbus-interface

nm-dbus-interface

Types and Values

#define NM_AVAILABLE_IN_1_2
#define NM_AVAILABLE_IN_1_8
#define NM_DBUS_SERVICE
#define NM_DBUS_PATH
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_WIRED
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_ADSL
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_WIRELESS
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_BLUETOOTH
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_OLPC_MESH
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_OVS_INTERFACE
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_OVS_PORT
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_OVS_BRIDGE
#define NM_DBUS_PATH_ACCESS_POINT
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_ACCESS_POINT
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_MODEM
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_WIMAX
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_WIMAX_NSP
#define NM_DBUS_PATH_WIMAX_NSP
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_ACTIVE_CONNECTION
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_IP4_CONFIG
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DHCP4_CONFIG
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_IP6_CONFIG
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DHCP6_CONFIG
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_INFINIBAND
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_BOND
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_DUMMY
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_TEAM
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_VLAN
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_BRIDGE
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_GENERIC
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_VETH
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_TUN
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_MACSEC
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_MACVLAN
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_PPP
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_VXLAN
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_GRE
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_IP_TUNNEL
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_WPAN
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_6LOWPAN
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_STATISTICS
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_CHECKPOINT
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_SETTINGS
#define NM_DBUS_PATH_SETTINGS
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_SETTINGS_CONNECTION
#define NM_DBUS_PATH_SETTINGS_CONNECTION
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_SETTINGS_CONNECTION_SECRETS
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_AGENT_MANAGER
#define NM_DBUS_PATH_AGENT_MANAGER
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_SECRET_AGENT
#define NM_DBUS_PATH_SECRET_AGENT
#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DNS_MANAGER
#define NM_DBUS_PATH_DNS_MANAGER
enum NMCapability
enum NMState
enum NMConnectivityState
enum NMDeviceType
enum NMDeviceCapabilities
enum NMDeviceWifiCapabilities
enum NM80211ApFlags
enum NM80211ApSecurityFlags
enum NM80211Mode
enum NMBluetoothCapabilities
enum NMDeviceModemCapabilities
enum NMWimaxNspNetworkType
enum NMDeviceState
enum NMDeviceStateReason
enum NMMetered
enum NMActiveConnectionState
enum NMActiveConnectionStateReason
enum NMSecretAgentGetSecretsFlags
enum NMSecretAgentCapabilities
#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_DESTINATION
#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_CHASSIS_ID_TYPE
#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_CHASSIS_ID
#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_PORT_ID_TYPE
#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_PORT_ID
#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_PORT_DESCRIPTION
#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_SYSTEM_NAME
#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_SYSTEM_DESCRIPTION
#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_SYSTEM_CAPABILITIES
#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_IEEE_802_1_PVID
#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_IEEE_802_1_PPVID
#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_IEEE_802_1_PPVID_FLAGS
#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_IEEE_802_1_VID
#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_IEEE_802_1_VLAN_NAME
#define NM_LLDP_DEST_NEAREST_BRIDGE
#define NM_LLDP_DEST_NEAREST_NON_TPMR_BRIDGE
#define NM_LLDP_DEST_NEAREST_CUSTOMER_BRIDGE
enum NMIPTunnelMode
enum NMCheckpointCreateFlags
enum NMRollbackResult
enum NMSettingsConnectionFlags
enum NMActivationStateFlags
enum NMSettingsUpdate2Flags

Object Hierarchy

    GEnum
    ├── NM80211Mode
    ├── NMActiveConnectionState
    ├── NMActiveConnectionStateReason
    ├── NMCapability
    ├── NMConnectivityState
    ├── NMDeviceState
    ├── NMDeviceStateReason
    ├── NMDeviceType
    ├── NMIPTunnelMode
    ├── NMMetered
    ├── NMState
    ╰── NMWimaxNspNetworkType
    GFlags
    ├── NM80211ApFlags
    ├── NM80211ApSecurityFlags
    ├── NMActivationStateFlags
    ├── NMBluetoothCapabilities
    ├── NMCheckpointCreateFlags
    ├── NMDeviceCapabilities
    ├── NMDeviceModemCapabilities
    ├── NMDeviceWifiCapabilities
    ├── NMSecretAgentCapabilities
    ├── NMSecretAgentGetSecretsFlags
    ├── NMSettingsConnectionFlags
    ╰── NMSettingsUpdate2Flags

Description

Functions

Types and Values

NM_AVAILABLE_IN_1_2

#define             NM_AVAILABLE_IN_1_2

NM_AVAILABLE_IN_1_8

#define             NM_AVAILABLE_IN_1_8

NM_DBUS_SERVICE

#define NM_DBUS_SERVICE                        "org.freedesktop.NetworkManager"

NM_DBUS_PATH

#define NM_DBUS_PATH                           "/org/freedesktop/NetworkManager"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE                      "org.freedesktop.NetworkManager"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE               NM_DBUS_INTERFACE ".Device"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_WIRED

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_WIRED         NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Wired"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_ADSL

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_ADSL          NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Adsl"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_WIRELESS

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_WIRELESS      NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Wireless"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_BLUETOOTH

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_BLUETOOTH     NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Bluetooth"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_OLPC_MESH

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_OLPC_MESH     NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".OlpcMesh"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_OVS_INTERFACE

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_OVS_INTERFACE NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".OvsInterface"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_OVS_PORT

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_OVS_PORT      NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".OvsPort"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_OVS_BRIDGE

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_OVS_BRIDGE    NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".OvsBridge"

NM_DBUS_PATH_ACCESS_POINT

#define NM_DBUS_PATH_ACCESS_POINT              NM_DBUS_PATH "/AccessPoint"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_ACCESS_POINT

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_ACCESS_POINT         NM_DBUS_INTERFACE ".AccessPoint"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_MODEM

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_MODEM         NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Modem"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_WIMAX

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_WIMAX         NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".WiMax"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_WIMAX_NSP

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_WIMAX_NSP            NM_DBUS_INTERFACE ".WiMax.Nsp"

NM_DBUS_PATH_WIMAX_NSP

#define NM_DBUS_PATH_WIMAX_NSP                 NM_DBUS_PATH "/Nsp"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_ACTIVE_CONNECTION

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_ACTIVE_CONNECTION    NM_DBUS_INTERFACE ".Connection.Active"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_IP4_CONFIG

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_IP4_CONFIG           NM_DBUS_INTERFACE ".IP4Config"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DHCP4_CONFIG

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DHCP4_CONFIG         NM_DBUS_INTERFACE ".DHCP4Config"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_IP6_CONFIG

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_IP6_CONFIG           NM_DBUS_INTERFACE ".IP6Config"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DHCP6_CONFIG

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DHCP6_CONFIG         NM_DBUS_INTERFACE ".DHCP6Config"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_INFINIBAND

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_INFINIBAND    NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Infiniband"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_BOND

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_BOND          NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Bond"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_DUMMY

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_DUMMY         NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Dummy"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_TEAM

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_TEAM          NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Team"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_VLAN

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_VLAN          NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Vlan"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_BRIDGE

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_BRIDGE        NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Bridge"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_GENERIC

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_GENERIC       NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Generic"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_VETH

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_VETH          NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Veth"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_TUN

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_TUN           NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Tun"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_MACSEC

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_MACSEC        NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Macsec"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_MACVLAN

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_MACVLAN       NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Macvlan"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_PPP

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_PPP           NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Ppp"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_VXLAN

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_VXLAN         NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Vxlan"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_GRE

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_GRE           NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Gre"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_IP_TUNNEL

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_IP_TUNNEL     NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".IPTunnel"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_WPAN

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_WPAN          NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Wpan"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_6LOWPAN

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_6LOWPAN       NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Lowpan"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_STATISTICS

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE_STATISTICS    NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DEVICE ".Statistics"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_CHECKPOINT

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_CHECKPOINT           NM_DBUS_INTERFACE ".Checkpoint"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_SETTINGS

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_SETTINGS        "org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.Settings"

NM_DBUS_PATH_SETTINGS

#define NM_DBUS_PATH_SETTINGS             "/org/freedesktop/NetworkManager/Settings"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_SETTINGS_CONNECTION

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_SETTINGS_CONNECTION "org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.Settings.Connection"

NM_DBUS_PATH_SETTINGS_CONNECTION

#define NM_DBUS_PATH_SETTINGS_CONNECTION  "/org/freedesktop/NetworkManager/Settings/Connection"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_SETTINGS_CONNECTION_SECRETS

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_SETTINGS_CONNECTION_SECRETS "org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.Settings.Connection.Secrets"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_AGENT_MANAGER

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_AGENT_MANAGER   NM_DBUS_INTERFACE ".AgentManager"

NM_DBUS_PATH_AGENT_MANAGER

#define NM_DBUS_PATH_AGENT_MANAGER        "/org/freedesktop/NetworkManager/AgentManager"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_SECRET_AGENT

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_SECRET_AGENT    NM_DBUS_INTERFACE ".SecretAgent"

NM_DBUS_PATH_SECRET_AGENT

#define NM_DBUS_PATH_SECRET_AGENT         "/org/freedesktop/NetworkManager/SecretAgent"

NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DNS_MANAGER

#define NM_DBUS_INTERFACE_DNS_MANAGER     "org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.DnsManager"

NM_DBUS_PATH_DNS_MANAGER

#define NM_DBUS_PATH_DNS_MANAGER          "/org/freedesktop/NetworkManager/DnsManager"

enum NMCapability

NMCapability names the numbers in the Capabilities property. Capabilities are positive numbers. They are part of stable API and a certain capability number is guaranteed not to change.

The range 0x7000 - 0x7FFF of capabilities is guaranteed not to be used by upstream NetworkManager. It could thus be used for downstream extensions.

Members

NM_CAPABILITY_TEAM

Teams can be managed

 

enum NMState

NMState values indicate the current overall networking state.

Members

NM_STATE_UNKNOWN

Networking state is unknown. This indicates a daemon error that makes it unable to reasonably assess the state. In such event the applications are expected to assume Internet connectivity might be present and not disable controls that require network access. The graphical shells may hide the network accessibility indicator altogether since no meaningful status indication can be provided.

 

NM_STATE_ASLEEP

Networking is not enabled, the system is being suspended or resumed from suspend.

 

NM_STATE_DISCONNECTED

There is no active network connection. The graphical shell should indicate no network connectivity and the applications should not attempt to access the network.

 

NM_STATE_DISCONNECTING

Network connections are being cleaned up. The applications should tear down their network sessions.

 

NM_STATE_CONNECTING

A network connection is being started The graphical shell should indicate the network is being connected while the applications should still make no attempts to connect the network.

 

NM_STATE_CONNECTED_LOCAL

There is only local IPv4 and/or IPv6 connectivity, but no default route to access the Internet. The graphical shell should indicate no network connectivity.

 

NM_STATE_CONNECTED_SITE

There is only site-wide IPv4 and/or IPv6 connectivity. This means a default route is available, but the Internet connectivity check (see "Connectivity" property) did not succeed. The graphical shell should indicate limited network connectivity.

 

NM_STATE_CONNECTED_GLOBAL

There is global IPv4 and/or IPv6 Internet connectivity This means the Internet connectivity check succeeded, the graphical shell should indicate full network connectivity.

 

enum NMConnectivityState

Members

NM_CONNECTIVITY_UNKNOWN

Network connectivity is unknown. This means the connectivity checks are disabled (e.g. on server installations) or has not run yet. The graphical shell should assume the Internet connection might be available and not present a captive portal window.

 

NM_CONNECTIVITY_NONE

The host is not connected to any network. There's no active connection that contains a default route to the internet and thus it makes no sense to even attempt a connectivity check. The graphical shell should use this state to indicate the network connection is unavailable.

 

NM_CONNECTIVITY_PORTAL

The Internet connection is hijacked by a captive portal gateway. The graphical shell may open a sandboxed web browser window (because the captive portals typically attempt a man-in-the-middle attacks agains the https connections) for the purpose of authenticating to a gateway and retrigger the connectivity check with CheckConnectivity() when the browser window is dismissed.

 

NM_CONNECTIVITY_LIMITED

The host is connected to a network, does not appear to be able to reach the full Internet, but a captive portal has not been detected.

 

NM_CONNECTIVITY_FULL

The host is connected to a network, and appears to be able to reach the full Internet.

 

enum NMDeviceType

NMDeviceType values indicate the type of hardware represented by a device object.

Members

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_UNKNOWN

unknown device

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_ETHERNET

a wired ethernet device

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_WIFI

an 802.11 WiFi device

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_UNUSED1

not used

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_UNUSED2

not used

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_BT

a Bluetooth device supporting PAN or DUN access protocols

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_OLPC_MESH

an OLPC XO mesh networking device

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_WIMAX

an 802.16e Mobile WiMAX broadband device

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_MODEM

a modem supporting analog telephone, CDMA/EVDO, GSM/UMTS, or LTE network access protocols

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_INFINIBAND

an IP-over-InfiniBand device

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_BOND

a bond master interface

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_VLAN

an 802.1Q VLAN interface

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_ADSL

ADSL modem

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_BRIDGE

a bridge master interface

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_GENERIC

generic support for unrecognized device types

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_TEAM

a team master interface

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_TUN

a TUN or TAP interface

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_IP_TUNNEL

a IP tunnel interface

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_MACVLAN

a MACVLAN interface

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_VXLAN

a VXLAN interface

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_VETH

a VETH interface

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_MACSEC

a MACsec interface

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_DUMMY

a dummy interface

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_PPP

a PPP interface

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_OVS_INTERFACE

a Open vSwitch interface

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_OVS_PORT

a Open vSwitch port

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_OVS_BRIDGE

a Open vSwitch bridge

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_WPAN

a IEEE 802.15.4 (WPAN) MAC Layer Device

 

NM_DEVICE_TYPE_6LOWPAN

6LoWPAN interface

 

enum NMDeviceCapabilities

General device capability flags.

Members

NM_DEVICE_CAP_NONE

device has no special capabilities

 

NM_DEVICE_CAP_NM_SUPPORTED

NetworkManager supports this device

 

NM_DEVICE_CAP_CARRIER_DETECT

this device can indicate carrier status

 

NM_DEVICE_CAP_IS_SOFTWARE

this device is a software device

 

NM_DEVICE_CAP_SRIOV

this device supports single-root I/O virtualization

 

enum NMDeviceWifiCapabilities

802.11 specific device encryption and authentication capabilities.

Members

NM_WIFI_DEVICE_CAP_NONE

device has no encryption/authentication capabilities

 

NM_WIFI_DEVICE_CAP_CIPHER_WEP40

device supports 40/64-bit WEP encryption

 

NM_WIFI_DEVICE_CAP_CIPHER_WEP104

device supports 104/128-bit WEP encryption

 

NM_WIFI_DEVICE_CAP_CIPHER_TKIP

device supports TKIP encryption

 

NM_WIFI_DEVICE_CAP_CIPHER_CCMP

device supports AES/CCMP encryption

 

NM_WIFI_DEVICE_CAP_WPA

device supports WPA1 authentication

 

NM_WIFI_DEVICE_CAP_RSN

device supports WPA2/RSN authentication

 

NM_WIFI_DEVICE_CAP_AP

device supports Access Point mode

 

NM_WIFI_DEVICE_CAP_ADHOC

device supports Ad-Hoc mode

 

NM_WIFI_DEVICE_CAP_FREQ_VALID

device reports frequency capabilities

 

NM_WIFI_DEVICE_CAP_FREQ_2GHZ

device supports 2.4GHz frequencies

 

NM_WIFI_DEVICE_CAP_FREQ_5GHZ

device supports 5GHz frequencies

 

enum NM80211ApFlags

802.11 access point flags.

Members

NM_802_11_AP_FLAGS_NONE

access point has no special capabilities

 

NM_802_11_AP_FLAGS_PRIVACY

access point requires authentication and encryption (usually means WEP)

 

NM_802_11_AP_FLAGS_WPS

access point supports some WPS method

 

NM_802_11_AP_FLAGS_WPS_PBC

access point supports push-button WPS

 

NM_802_11_AP_FLAGS_WPS_PIN

access point supports PIN-based WPS

 

enum NM80211ApSecurityFlags

802.11 access point security and authentication flags. These flags describe the current security requirements of an access point as determined from the access point's beacon.

Members

NM_802_11_AP_SEC_NONE

the access point has no special security requirements

 

NM_802_11_AP_SEC_PAIR_WEP40

40/64-bit WEP is supported for pairwise/unicast encryption

 

NM_802_11_AP_SEC_PAIR_WEP104

104/128-bit WEP is supported for pairwise/unicast encryption

 

NM_802_11_AP_SEC_PAIR_TKIP

TKIP is supported for pairwise/unicast encryption

 

NM_802_11_AP_SEC_PAIR_CCMP

AES/CCMP is supported for pairwise/unicast encryption

 

NM_802_11_AP_SEC_GROUP_WEP40

40/64-bit WEP is supported for group/broadcast encryption

 

NM_802_11_AP_SEC_GROUP_WEP104

104/128-bit WEP is supported for group/broadcast encryption

 

NM_802_11_AP_SEC_GROUP_TKIP

TKIP is supported for group/broadcast encryption

 

NM_802_11_AP_SEC_GROUP_CCMP

AES/CCMP is supported for group/broadcast encryption

 

NM_802_11_AP_SEC_KEY_MGMT_PSK

WPA/RSN Pre-Shared Key encryption is supported

 

NM_802_11_AP_SEC_KEY_MGMT_802_1X

802.1x authentication and key management is supported

 

enum NM80211Mode

Indicates the 802.11 mode an access point or device is currently in.

Members

NM_802_11_MODE_UNKNOWN

the device or access point mode is unknown

 

NM_802_11_MODE_ADHOC

for both devices and access point objects, indicates the object is part of an Ad-Hoc 802.11 network without a central coordinating access point.

 

NM_802_11_MODE_INFRA

the device or access point is in infrastructure mode. For devices, this indicates the device is an 802.11 client/station. For access point objects, this indicates the object is an access point that provides connectivity to clients.

 

NM_802_11_MODE_AP

the device is an access point/hotspot. Not valid for access point objects; used only for hotspot mode on the local machine.

 

enum NMBluetoothCapabilities

NMBluetoothCapabilities values indicate the usable capabilities of a Bluetooth device.

Members

NM_BT_CAPABILITY_NONE

device has no usable capabilities

 

NM_BT_CAPABILITY_DUN

device provides Dial-Up Networking capability

 

NM_BT_CAPABILITY_NAP

device provides Network Access Point capability

 

enum NMDeviceModemCapabilities

NMDeviceModemCapabilities values indicate the generic radio access technology families a modem device supports. For more information on the specific access technologies the device supports use the ModemManager D-Bus API.

Members

NM_DEVICE_MODEM_CAPABILITY_NONE

modem has no usable capabilities

 

NM_DEVICE_MODEM_CAPABILITY_POTS

modem uses the analog wired telephone network and is not a wireless/cellular device

 

NM_DEVICE_MODEM_CAPABILITY_CDMA_EVDO

modem supports at least one of CDMA 1xRTT, EVDO revision 0, EVDO revision A, or EVDO revision B

 

NM_DEVICE_MODEM_CAPABILITY_GSM_UMTS

modem supports at least one of GSM, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA, or HSPA+ packet switched data capability

 

NM_DEVICE_MODEM_CAPABILITY_LTE

modem has LTE data capability

 

enum NMWimaxNspNetworkType

WiMAX network type.

Members

NM_WIMAX_NSP_NETWORK_TYPE_UNKNOWN

unknown network type

 

NM_WIMAX_NSP_NETWORK_TYPE_HOME

home network

 

NM_WIMAX_NSP_NETWORK_TYPE_PARTNER

partner network

 

NM_WIMAX_NSP_NETWORK_TYPE_ROAMING_PARTNER

roaming partner network

 

enum NMDeviceState

Members

NM_DEVICE_STATE_UNKNOWN

the device's state is unknown

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_UNMANAGED

the device is recognized, but not managed by NetworkManager

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_UNAVAILABLE

the device is managed by NetworkManager, but is not available for use. Reasons may include the wireless switched off, missing firmware, no ethernet carrier, missing supplicant or modem manager, etc.

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_DISCONNECTED

the device can be activated, but is currently idle and not connected to a network.

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_PREPARE

the device is preparing the connection to the network. This may include operations like changing the MAC address, setting physical link properties, and anything else required to connect to the requested network.

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_CONFIG

the device is connecting to the requested network. This may include operations like associating with the WiFi AP, dialing the modem, connecting to the remote Bluetooth device, etc.

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_NEED_AUTH

the device requires more information to continue connecting to the requested network. This includes secrets like WiFi passphrases, login passwords, PIN codes, etc.

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_IP_CONFIG

the device is requesting IPv4 and/or IPv6 addresses and routing information from the network.

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_IP_CHECK

the device is checking whether further action is required for the requested network connection. This may include checking whether only local network access is available, whether a captive portal is blocking access to the Internet, etc.

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_SECONDARIES

the device is waiting for a secondary connection (like a VPN) which must activated before the device can be activated

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_ACTIVATED

the device has a network connection, either local or global.

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_DEACTIVATING

a disconnection from the current network connection was requested, and the device is cleaning up resources used for that connection. The network connection may still be valid.

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_FAILED

the device failed to connect to the requested network and is cleaning up the connection request

 

enum NMDeviceStateReason

Device state change reason codes

Members

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_NONE

No reason given

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_UNKNOWN

Unknown error

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_NOW_MANAGED

Device is now managed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_NOW_UNMANAGED

Device is now unmanaged

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_CONFIG_FAILED

The device could not be readied for configuration

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_IP_CONFIG_UNAVAILABLE

IP configuration could not be reserved (no available address, timeout, etc)

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_IP_CONFIG_EXPIRED

The IP config is no longer valid

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_NO_SECRETS

Secrets were required, but not provided

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_SUPPLICANT_DISCONNECT

802.1x supplicant disconnected

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_SUPPLICANT_CONFIG_FAILED

802.1x supplicant configuration failed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_SUPPLICANT_FAILED

802.1x supplicant failed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_SUPPLICANT_TIMEOUT

802.1x supplicant took too long to authenticate

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_PPP_START_FAILED

PPP service failed to start

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_PPP_DISCONNECT

PPP service disconnected

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_PPP_FAILED

PPP failed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_DHCP_START_FAILED

DHCP client failed to start

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_DHCP_ERROR

DHCP client error

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_DHCP_FAILED

DHCP client failed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_SHARED_START_FAILED

Shared connection service failed to start

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_SHARED_FAILED

Shared connection service failed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_AUTOIP_START_FAILED

AutoIP service failed to start

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_AUTOIP_ERROR

AutoIP service error

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_AUTOIP_FAILED

AutoIP service failed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_MODEM_BUSY

The line is busy

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_MODEM_NO_DIAL_TONE

No dial tone

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_MODEM_NO_CARRIER

No carrier could be established

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_MODEM_DIAL_TIMEOUT

The dialing request timed out

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_MODEM_DIAL_FAILED

The dialing attempt failed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_MODEM_INIT_FAILED

Modem initialization failed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_GSM_APN_FAILED

Failed to select the specified APN

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_GSM_REGISTRATION_NOT_SEARCHING

Not searching for networks

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_GSM_REGISTRATION_DENIED

Network registration denied

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_GSM_REGISTRATION_TIMEOUT

Network registration timed out

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_GSM_REGISTRATION_FAILED

Failed to register with the requested network

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_GSM_PIN_CHECK_FAILED

PIN check failed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_FIRMWARE_MISSING

Necessary firmware for the device may be missing

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_REMOVED

The device was removed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_SLEEPING

NetworkManager went to sleep

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_CONNECTION_REMOVED

The device's active connection disappeared

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_USER_REQUESTED

Device disconnected by user or client

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_CARRIER

Carrier/link changed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_CONNECTION_ASSUMED

The device's existing connection was assumed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_SUPPLICANT_AVAILABLE

The supplicant is now available

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_MODEM_NOT_FOUND

The modem could not be found

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_BT_FAILED

The Bluetooth connection failed or timed out

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_GSM_SIM_NOT_INSERTED

GSM Modem's SIM Card not inserted

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_GSM_SIM_PIN_REQUIRED

GSM Modem's SIM Pin required

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_GSM_SIM_PUK_REQUIRED

GSM Modem's SIM Puk required

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_GSM_SIM_WRONG

GSM Modem's SIM wrong

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_INFINIBAND_MODE

InfiniBand device does not support connected mode

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_DEPENDENCY_FAILED

A dependency of the connection failed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_BR2684_FAILED

Problem with the RFC 2684 Ethernet over ADSL bridge

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_MODEM_MANAGER_UNAVAILABLE

ModemManager not running

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_SSID_NOT_FOUND

The WiFi network could not be found

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_SECONDARY_CONNECTION_FAILED

A secondary connection of the base connection failed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_DCB_FCOE_FAILED

DCB or FCoE setup failed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_TEAMD_CONTROL_FAILED

teamd control failed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_MODEM_FAILED

Modem failed or no longer available

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_MODEM_AVAILABLE

Modem now ready and available

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_SIM_PIN_INCORRECT

SIM PIN was incorrect

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_NEW_ACTIVATION

New connection activation was enqueued

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_PARENT_CHANGED

the device's parent changed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_PARENT_MANAGED_CHANGED

the device parent's management changed

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_OVSDB_FAILED

problem communicating with Open vSwitch database

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_IP_ADDRESS_DUPLICATE

a duplicate IP address was detected

 

NM_DEVICE_STATE_REASON_IP_METHOD_UNSUPPORTED

The selected IP method is not supported

 

enum NMMetered

Members

NM_METERED_UNKNOWN

The metered status is unknown

 

NM_METERED_YES

Metered, the value was statically set

 

NM_METERED_NO

Not metered, the value was statically set

 

NM_METERED_GUESS_YES

Metered, the value was guessed

 

NM_METERED_GUESS_NO

Not metered, the value was guessed

 

Since: 1.2


enum NMActiveConnectionState

NMActiveConnectionState values indicate the state of a connection to a specific network while it is starting, connected, or disconnecting from that network.

Members

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_UNKNOWN

the state of the connection is unknown

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_ACTIVATING

a network connection is being prepared

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_ACTIVATED

there is a connection to the network

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_DEACTIVATING

the network connection is being torn down and cleaned up

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_DEACTIVATED

the network connection is disconnected and will be removed

 

enum NMActiveConnectionStateReason

Active connection state reasons.

Members

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_REASON_UNKNOWN

The reason for the active connection state change is unknown.

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_REASON_NONE

No reason was given for the active connection state change.

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_REASON_USER_DISCONNECTED

The active connection changed state because the user disconnected it.

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_REASON_DEVICE_DISCONNECTED

The active connection changed state because the device it was using was disconnected.

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_REASON_SERVICE_STOPPED

The service providing the VPN connection was stopped.

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_REASON_IP_CONFIG_INVALID

The IP config of the active connection was invalid.

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_REASON_CONNECT_TIMEOUT

The connection attempt to the VPN service timed out.

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_REASON_SERVICE_START_TIMEOUT

A timeout occurred while starting the service providing the VPN connection.

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_REASON_SERVICE_START_FAILED

Starting the service providing the VPN connection failed.

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_REASON_NO_SECRETS

Necessary secrets for the connection were not provided.

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_REASON_LOGIN_FAILED

Authentication to the server failed.

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_REASON_CONNECTION_REMOVED

The connection was deleted from settings.

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_REASON_DEPENDENCY_FAILED

Master connection of this connection failed to activate.

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_REASON_DEVICE_REALIZE_FAILED

Could not create the software device link.

 

NM_ACTIVE_CONNECTION_STATE_REASON_DEVICE_REMOVED

The device this connection depended on disappeared.

 

Since: 1.8


enum NMSecretAgentGetSecretsFlags

NMSecretAgentGetSecretsFlags values modify the behavior of a GetSecrets request.

Members

NM_SECRET_AGENT_GET_SECRETS_FLAG_NONE

no special behavior; by default no user interaction is allowed and requests for secrets are fulfilled from persistent storage, or if no secrets are available an error is returned.

 

NM_SECRET_AGENT_GET_SECRETS_FLAG_ALLOW_INTERACTION

allows the request to interact with the user, possibly prompting via UI for secrets if any are required, or if none are found in persistent storage.

 

NM_SECRET_AGENT_GET_SECRETS_FLAG_REQUEST_NEW

explicitly prompt for new secrets from the user. This flag signals that NetworkManager thinks any existing secrets are invalid or wrong. This flag implies that interaction is allowed.

 

NM_SECRET_AGENT_GET_SECRETS_FLAG_USER_REQUESTED

set if the request was initiated by user-requested action via the D-Bus interface, as opposed to automatically initiated by NetworkManager in response to (for example) scan results or carrier changes.

 

NM_SECRET_AGENT_GET_SECRETS_FLAG_WPS_PBC_ACTIVE

indicates that WPS enrollment is active with PBC method. The agent may suggest that the user pushes a button on the router instead of supplying a PSK.

 

NM_SECRET_AGENT_GET_SECRETS_FLAG_ONLY_SYSTEM

Internal flag, not part of the D-Bus API.

 

NM_SECRET_AGENT_GET_SECRETS_FLAG_NO_ERRORS

Internal flag, not part of the D-Bus API.

 

enum NMSecretAgentCapabilities

NMSecretAgentCapabilities indicate various capabilities of the agent.

Members

NM_SECRET_AGENT_CAPABILITY_NONE

the agent supports no special capabilities

 

NM_SECRET_AGENT_CAPABILITY_VPN_HINTS

the agent supports passing hints to VPN plugin authentication dialogs.

 

NM_SECRET_AGENT_CAPABILITY_LAST

bounds checking value; should not be used.

 

NM_LLDP_ATTR_DESTINATION

#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_DESTINATION             "destination"

NM_LLDP_ATTR_CHASSIS_ID_TYPE

#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_CHASSIS_ID_TYPE         "chassis-id-type"

NM_LLDP_ATTR_CHASSIS_ID

#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_CHASSIS_ID              "chassis-id"

NM_LLDP_ATTR_PORT_ID_TYPE

#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_PORT_ID_TYPE            "port-id-type"

NM_LLDP_ATTR_PORT_ID

#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_PORT_ID                 "port-id"

NM_LLDP_ATTR_PORT_DESCRIPTION

#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_PORT_DESCRIPTION        "port-description"

NM_LLDP_ATTR_SYSTEM_NAME

#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_SYSTEM_NAME             "system-name"

NM_LLDP_ATTR_SYSTEM_DESCRIPTION

#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_SYSTEM_DESCRIPTION      "system-description"

NM_LLDP_ATTR_SYSTEM_CAPABILITIES

#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_SYSTEM_CAPABILITIES     "system-capabilities"

NM_LLDP_ATTR_IEEE_802_1_PVID

#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_IEEE_802_1_PVID         "ieee-802-1-pvid"

NM_LLDP_ATTR_IEEE_802_1_PPVID

#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_IEEE_802_1_PPVID        "ieee-802-1-ppvid"

NM_LLDP_ATTR_IEEE_802_1_PPVID_FLAGS

#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_IEEE_802_1_PPVID_FLAGS  "ieee-802-1-ppvid-flags"

NM_LLDP_ATTR_IEEE_802_1_VID

#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_IEEE_802_1_VID          "ieee-802-1-vid"

NM_LLDP_ATTR_IEEE_802_1_VLAN_NAME

#define NM_LLDP_ATTR_IEEE_802_1_VLAN_NAME    "ieee-802-1-vlan-name"

NM_LLDP_DEST_NEAREST_BRIDGE

#define NM_LLDP_DEST_NEAREST_BRIDGE          "nearest-bridge"

NM_LLDP_DEST_NEAREST_NON_TPMR_BRIDGE

#define NM_LLDP_DEST_NEAREST_NON_TPMR_BRIDGE "nearest-non-tpmr-bridge"

NM_LLDP_DEST_NEAREST_CUSTOMER_BRIDGE

#define NM_LLDP_DEST_NEAREST_CUSTOMER_BRIDGE "nearest-customer-bridge"

enum NMIPTunnelMode

The tunneling mode.

Members

NM_IP_TUNNEL_MODE_UNKNOWN

Unknown/unset tunnel mode

 

NM_IP_TUNNEL_MODE_IPIP

IP in IP tunnel

 

NM_IP_TUNNEL_MODE_GRE

GRE tunnel

 

NM_IP_TUNNEL_MODE_SIT

SIT tunnel

 

NM_IP_TUNNEL_MODE_ISATAP

ISATAP tunnel

 

NM_IP_TUNNEL_MODE_VTI

VTI tunnel

 

NM_IP_TUNNEL_MODE_IP6IP6

IPv6 in IPv6 tunnel

 

NM_IP_TUNNEL_MODE_IPIP6

IPv4 in IPv6 tunnel

 

NM_IP_TUNNEL_MODE_IP6GRE

IPv6 GRE tunnel

 

NM_IP_TUNNEL_MODE_VTI6

IPv6 VTI tunnel

 

Since: 1.2


enum NMCheckpointCreateFlags

The flags for CheckpointCreate call

Members

NM_CHECKPOINT_CREATE_FLAG_NONE

no flags

 

NM_CHECKPOINT_CREATE_FLAG_DESTROY_ALL

when creating a new checkpoint, destroy all existing ones.

 

NM_CHECKPOINT_CREATE_FLAG_DELETE_NEW_CONNECTIONS

upon rollback, delete any new connection added after the checkpoint (Since: 1.6)

 

NM_CHECKPOINT_CREATE_FLAG_DISCONNECT_NEW_DEVICES

upon rollback, disconnect any new device appeared after the checkpoint (Since: 1.6)

 

NM_CHECKPOINT_CREATE_FLAG_ALLOW_OVERLAPPING

by default, creating a checkpoint fails if there are already existing checkoints that reference the same devices. With this flag, creation of such checkpoints is allowed, however, if an older checkpoint that references overlapping devices gets rolled back, it will automatically destroy this checkpoint during rollback. This allows to create several overlapping checkpoints in parallel, and rollback to them at will. With the special case that rolling back to an older checkpoint will invalidate all overlapping younger checkpoints. This opts-in that the checkpoint can be automatically destroyed by the rollback of an older checkpoint. (Since: 1.12)

 

Since: 1.4 (gi flags generated since 1.12)


enum NMRollbackResult

The result of a checkpoint Rollback() operation for a specific device.

Members

NM_ROLLBACK_RESULT_OK

the rollback succeeded.

 

NM_ROLLBACK_RESULT_ERR_NO_DEVICE

the device no longer exists.

 

NM_ROLLBACK_RESULT_ERR_DEVICE_UNMANAGED

the device is now unmanaged.

 

NM_ROLLBACK_RESULT_ERR_FAILED

other errors during rollback.

 

Since: 1.4


enum NMSettingsConnectionFlags

Flags describing the current activation state.

Members

NM_SETTINGS_CONNECTION_FLAG_NONE

an alias for numeric zero, no flags set.

 

NM_SETTINGS_CONNECTION_FLAG_UNSAVED

the connection is not saved to disk. That either means, that the connection is in-memory only and currently is not backed by a file. Or, that the connection is backed by a file, but has modifications in-memory that were not persisted to disk.

 

NM_SETTINGS_CONNECTION_FLAG_NM_GENERATED

A connection is "nm-generated" if it was generated by NetworkManger. If the connection gets modified or saved by the user, the flag gets cleared. A nm-generated is also unsaved and has no backing file as it is in-memory only.

 

NM_SETTINGS_CONNECTION_FLAG_VOLATILE

The connection will be deleted when it disconnects. That is for in-memory connections (unsaved), which are currently active but deleted on disconnect. Volatile connections are always unsaved, but they are also no backing file on disk and are entirely in-memory only.

 

Since: 1.12


enum NMActivationStateFlags

Flags describing the current activation state.

Members

NM_ACTIVATION_STATE_FLAG_NONE

an alias for numeric zero, no flags set.

 

NM_ACTIVATION_STATE_FLAG_IS_MASTER

the device is a master.

 

NM_ACTIVATION_STATE_FLAG_IS_SLAVE

the device is a slave.

 

NM_ACTIVATION_STATE_FLAG_LAYER2_READY

layer2 is activated and ready.

 

NM_ACTIVATION_STATE_FLAG_IP4_READY

IPv4 setting is completed.

 

NM_ACTIVATION_STATE_FLAG_IP6_READY

IPv6 setting is completed.

 

NM_ACTIVATION_STATE_FLAG_MASTER_HAS_SLAVES

The master has any slave devices attached. This only makes sense if the device is a master.

 

Since: 1.10


enum NMSettingsUpdate2Flags

Members

NM_SETTINGS_UPDATE2_FLAG_NONE

an alias for numeric zero, no flags set.

 

NM_SETTINGS_UPDATE2_FLAG_TO_DISK

to persist the connection to disk.

 

NM_SETTINGS_UPDATE2_FLAG_IN_MEMORY

to make the connection in-memory only. If the connection was previously persistent, the corresponding file on disk is not deleted but merely the connection is decoupled from the file on disk. If you later delete an in-memory connection, the connection on disk will be deleted as well.

 

NM_SETTINGS_UPDATE2_FLAG_IN_MEMORY_DETACHED

this is like NM_SETTINGS_UPDATE2_FLAG_IN_MEMORY , but if the connection has a corresponding file on disk, the association between the connection and the file is forgotten but the file is not modified. The difference to NM_SETTINGS_UPDATE2_FLAG_IN_MEMORY is if you later save the connection again to disk, a new file name will be chosen without overwriting the remaining file on disk. Also, if you delete the connection later, the file on disk will not be deleted.

 

NM_SETTINGS_UPDATE2_FLAG_IN_MEMORY_ONLY

this is like NM_SETTINGS_UPDATE2_FLAG_IN_MEMORY , but if the connection has a corresponding file on disk, the file on disk will be deleted.

 

NM_SETTINGS_UPDATE2_FLAG_VOLATILE

This can be specified with either NM_SETTINGS_UPDATE2_FLAG_IN_MEMORY_DETACHED or NM_SETTINGS_UPDATE2_FLAG_IN_MEMORY_ONLY. After making the connection in-memory only, the connection is marked as volatile. That means, if the connection is currently not active it will be deleted right away. Otherwise, it is marked to for deletion once the connection deactivates. A volatile connection cannot autoactivate again (because it's about to be deleted), but a manual activation will clear the volatile flag.

 

NM_SETTINGS_UPDATE2_FLAG_BLOCK_AUTOCONNECT

usually, when the connection has autoconnect enabled and is modified, it becomes elegible to autoconnect right away. Setting this flag, disables autoconnect until the connection is manually activated.

 

Since: 1.12