Getting an exclamation mark on my WIFI icon

speedtest-cli
Retrieving speedtest.net configuration...
Testing from Sky Broadband (5.64.13.207)...
Retrieving speedtest.net server list...
Selecting best server based on ping...
Hosted by Legend Telecom (Bradford) [35.40 km]: 30.632 ms
Testing download speed................................................................................
Download: 36.12 Mbit/s
Testing upload speed......................................................................................................
Upload: 10.99 Mbit/s

WIFI is working fine, no exclamation mark last night and a reboot does not clear it.

Think it is a problem with https://networkcheck.kde.org but it pings OK, just weird.

And now it has cleared…

Got the same issue a few times this day

Good to know it is not just me :smiley: and… it is back :rofl:

Must be a problem with the KDE server that it pings to check for connectivity.

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I have seen the same thing for the last 15 minutes or so. Intermittent notifications that fix themselves quickly.

Same here, sometimes the exclamation mark goes away and other times it doesn’t, but I don’t lose connection, I still have it.

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Same here, and although I have a good and stable connection, the exclamation mark is persistent.

And another me too. I get a Network Management notification.

Screenshot_20201216_093834

Clicking “Log in” produces OK at https://networkcheck.kde.org. Network works fine. Just an annoying notification.

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I got the same under GNOME. For some reason the gnome-shell-portal-helper kicked in for a connectivity check.

I get this since today on KDE. wtf …

Seems to have settled down here.

I got it as well, rebooted and haven’t seen it again… yet.

I got it as well, but the strange thing is that my internet connection hasn’t been lost. Very strange.

Yesterday there was a systemd update. Any coincidence?

I found this on twitter:

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Thanks for sharing. :+1:t3:

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I didn’t see this on my KDE? :thinking:

I did… :thinking:

Notta … :rofl:

Screenshot_20201216_140803

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I’m on a wired connection & still got the issue. All seems to be good now with no intervention lol.