Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website.

Feedback

Your feedback is important to keep improving our website and offer you a more reliable experience.

ConnMan

The ConnMan project provides a daemon for managing internet connections within embedded devices running the Linux operating system. The Connection Manager is designed to be slim and to use as few resources as possible, so it can be easily integrated. It is a fully modular system that can be extended, through plug-ins, to support all kinds of wired or wireless technologies.

News & Blogs

ConnMan 1.31

ConnMan 1.31 was released Monday, December 28, 2015. Thanks to Mylène Josserand, ConnMan 1.31 now properly exposes multiple cellular contexts provided by oFono whenever supported by the cellular subscription. In addition, ConnMan now writes its resolv.conf file to [/var]/run/connmand with the provided tmpfiles.d and init script creating the run-time directory and a symlink from /etc/resolv.conf...

GNOME 3.14 UIs

During the last months a new GNOME shell extension for ConnMan has been created by Jaakko Hannikainen that supports GNOME starting from version 3.14. The extension is uploaded to extensions.gnome.org with its upstream repository on github. Also, a stand-alone ConnMan settings application has been created, supporting GNOME from version 3.10 onwards. The settings application is available on...

ConnMan 1.30

ConnMan 1.30 was released Monday, August 31st, 2015. ConnMan 1.30 contains a long list of improvements and bug fixes applied since last release. One notable user visible feature is the deprecation of 6to4 tunneling, it no longer is enabled by default for global IPv4 addresses as recommended by RFC 6343. This was noticed and implemented by Tore Andersson, a big thanks to him for following the...

ConnMan 1.29

ConnMan 1.29 was released Monday, April 20th, 2015. With version 1.29 ConnMan now shows Virtual LANs with the ethernet technology. VLAN configuration needs to happen outside ConnMan, and the VLANs follow ethernet Powered and Tethering settings in the Technology API. A big thanks for Marcus Folkesson and Justin Maggard for stepping forward with the implementation. Other improvements in this...