[SailfishDevel] Qt Network: "Network access is disabled" after network change

Tone Kastlunger users.giulietta at gmail.com
Fri May 5 11:04:01 UTC 2017

there has been a rewrite for bearer plugin, has that helped in any way?

On Wed, May 3, 2017 at 2:46 AM, Lorn Potter <lorn.potter at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 01/05/17 19:16, Slava Monich wrote:
> > Basically, QNetworkAccessManager is sometimes stuck in NotAccessible
> > state after switching from mobile data to wifi.
> > My theory was that
> > configurationChanged, onlineStateChanged and networkSessionStateChanged
> > (queued) signals from the past were getting mixed with the current state
> > (which was checked directly) in such a way that
> > QNetworkAccessManagerPrivate online state remained false even though
> > connman service was getting successfully connected.
> This is all from memory, but...
> The cell network 'disconnected' can come in after wifi has been
> established, but before all wifi settings are available so QNAM
> configuration cannot be 'active'. connman manager can send a 'services
> updated' signal before the service object has actually been updated
> internally. so the bearer plugin goes to check it and the properties of
> that service are not yet updated.
> and then, wpa/connman can also 'remove' an AP when it really is around,
> even in the middle of connecting.
> As well, connman's 'ready' and 'online' are both equivalent to
> QNAMConfiguration::Active. 'ready' does not guarantee that internet can
> be reached, and 'online' check can easily fail.
> I am sure there are other intricacies I am forgetting, but the
> interactions are quite complicated, so it's not an easy bug to fix.
> Even if you remove the whole 'manually setting NetworkAccessible' to
> notAccessible.
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