Seems like I cannot remove the netplan-all-en or netplan-all-eth network manager connection profiles.
I can delete it using
nmcli con del netplan-all-en,
and it does not show up in /var/run/NetworkManager/system-connections.
But as soon as the gateway reboots, it is back.
Also, modifying one property/setting of the connection, will be “saved”, but back to defaults when I reboot.
I want to setup a static network-manager connection profile on one network interface, and it does not help me if I have a “returning” default network connection profile that takes over the network interface.
I am running Network-Manager version 1.2.2-31.
core 16-2.60.2 15930 latest/stable canonical✓ core core20 20230801 2019 latest/stable canonical✓ base modem-manager 1.8.0-14 517 latest/stable canonical✓ - network-manager 1.2.2-31 820 latest/stable canonical✓ -
It gets quite annoying if I can’t access my gateway, with it losing it’s network connection everytime it reboots.
EDIT: It appears to be solved when I install network-manager from 20/stable. Must be some incompatibility between Network-Manager and Core20.