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Each key-value pair must be contained in a section.Lists system settings plugin names separated by ','.The location of the file may be changed through use of the --config argument for Network Manager.If a default Network is provided by your distribution's packages, you should not modify it, since your changes may get overwritten by package updates.May have the special value * to apply to all devices.When the default wired connection is deleted or saved to a new persistent connection by a plugin, the device is added to a list in the file /var/run/Network Manager/no-auto-default.state to prevent creating the default connection for that device again.Remember that Network Manager controls the default route, so because the interface is ignored, Network Manager may assign the default route to some other interface. The following log domains are available: PLATFORM, RFKILL, ETHER, WIFI, BT, MB, DHCP4, DHCP6, PPP, WIFI_SCAN, IP4, IP6, AUTOIP4, DNS, VPN, SHARING, SUPPLICANT, AGENTS, SETTINGS, SUSPEND, CORE, DEVICE, OLPC, WIMAX, INFINIBAND, FIREWALL, ADSL, BOND, VLAN, BRIDGE, DBUS_PROPS, TEAM, CONCHECK, DCB, DISPATCH.This section controls Network Manager's optional connectivity checking functionality.
This is disabled by default; Network Manager will only read the connection files at startup, and when explicitly requested via the Reload Connections D-Bus call.Lines beginning with a '#' and blank lines are considered comments.Sections are started by a header line containing the section enclosed in '[' and ']', and ended implicitly by the start of the next section or the end of the file.Listing a device here will allow activating connections on that device even when it does not have carrier, provided that the connection uses only statically-configured IP addresses.Additionally, it will allow any active connection (whether static or dynamic) to remain active on the device when carrier is lost. INFO logs various informational messages that are useful for tracking state and operations.