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Not sure why you have the forward statements in the last 2 files. I don't have any forward statement in any file under /etc/sysconfig except in my firewall rules. wonder ...
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    Not sure why you have the forward statements in the last 2 files. I don't have any forward statement in any file under /etc/sysconfig except in my firewall rules. wonder if this is what is causing you your issues?

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    Ok...so it appears after the latest updates to network manager and the kernel with a reboot it all started to work (all be it the wireless drops after maybe 8 hours and the kernel crashes when you try and restart networking)

    So I think the mystery is solved as it must be a bug :S

    Thanks for your help lazydog

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