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This other unix.stackexchange postingThis other unix.stackexchange posting reports that a similar problem was caused by incompatibility with a specific wireless card, and that the solution was to run yum install NetworkManager-wifi, but I cannot do that on the development server because it is not connected to the internet. Instead, I would have to download rpm files to another computer, transfer the rpm files to the development server, and then install them.

This other unix.stackexchange posting reports that a similar problem was caused by incompatibility with a specific wireless card, and that the solution was to run yum install NetworkManager-wifi, but I cannot do that on the development server because it is not connected to the internet. Instead, I would have to download rpm files to another computer, transfer the rpm files to the development server, and then install them.

This other unix.stackexchange posting reports that a similar problem was caused by incompatibility with a specific wireless card, and that the solution was to run yum install NetworkManager-wifi, but I cannot do that on the development server because it is not connected to the internet. Instead, I would have to download rpm files to another computer, transfer the rpm files to the development server, and then install them.

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1.) Possibly adding config files to /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/  
2.) Adding a new connection using nmcli  
3,) Updating certain network management tools   
4.) Installing tools specific to the cable modem  

However, subsequently running nmcli dev wifi list showed no results as above, and typing nmcli device status showed the same unmanaged STATE as shown above.


4.) Install tools specific to the cable modem


The cable modem is a Cisco DPC3939. I have been trying to research its relationship with CentOS 7, but have not been successful. I did find this other posting about Cisco AnyConnect, but it might not be related. There is no /opt/cisco directory in the server. Any advice in this area would be appreciated.

Show I download other rpm files? Should I use nmcli in some way? Should I create a new config file somewhere? I seem to be at a dead end here, and would appreciate someone's guidance.

1.) Possibly adding config files to /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/  
2.) Adding a new connection using nmcli  
3,) Updating certain network management tools   
4.) Installing tools specific to the cable modem  

However, subsequently running nmcli dev wifi list showed no results as above, and typing nmcli device status showed the same unmanaged STATE as shown above.


4.) Install tools specific to the cable modem


The cable modem is a Cisco DPC3939. I have been trying to research its relationship with CentOS 7, but have not been successful. I did find this other posting about Cisco AnyConnect, but it might not be related. There is no /opt/cisco directory in the server. Any advice in this area would be appreciated.

Show I download other rpm files? Should I use nmcli in some way? Should I create a new config file somewhere? I seem to be at a dead end here, and would appreciate someone's guidance.

1.) Possibly adding config files to /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/  
2.) Adding a new connection using nmcli  
3,) Updating certain network management tools   

However, subsequently running nmcli dev wifi list showed no results as above, and typing nmcli device status showed the same unmanaged STATE as shown above.

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The cable modem is a Cisco DPC3939.

 
1.) Possibly adding config files to /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/  
2.) Adding a new connection using nmcli  
3,) Updating certain network management tools   
4.) Installing tools specific to the cable modem  
 

Adding1.) Adding Config Files:

 
 

Adding2.) Adding New Connection With nmcli:

 
 

Updating3.) Updating Certain Network Management Tools:

 

However, subsequently running nmcli dev wifi list showed no results as above, and typing nmcli device status showed the same unmanaged STATE as shown above.


4.) Install tools specific to the cable modem


The cable modem is a Cisco DPC3939. I have been trying to research its relationship with CentOS 7, but have not been successful. I did find this other posting about Cisco AnyConnect, but it might not be related. There is no /opt/cisco directory in the server. Any advice in this area would be appreciated.

Show I download other rpm files? Should I use nmcli in some way? Should I create a new config file somewhere? I seem to be at a dead end here, and would appreciate someone's guidance.

The cable modem is a Cisco DPC3939.

1.) Possibly adding config files to /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/  
2.) Adding a new connection using nmcli  
3,) Updating certain network management tools   

Adding Config Files:

Adding New Connection With nmcli:

Updating Certain Network Management Tools:

However, subsequently running nmcli dev wifi list showed no results as above, and typing nmcli device status showed the same unmanaged STATE as shown above. Show I download other rpm files? Should I use nmcli in some way? Should I create a new config file somewhere? I seem to be at a dead end here, and would appreciate someone's guidance.

 
1.) Possibly adding config files to /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/  
2.) Adding a new connection using nmcli  
3,) Updating certain network management tools   
4.) Installing tools specific to the cable modem  
 

1.) Adding Config Files:

 
 

2.) Adding New Connection With nmcli:

 
 

3.) Updating Certain Network Management Tools:

 

However, subsequently running nmcli dev wifi list showed no results as above, and typing nmcli device status showed the same unmanaged STATE as shown above.


4.) Install tools specific to the cable modem


The cable modem is a Cisco DPC3939. I have been trying to research its relationship with CentOS 7, but have not been successful. I did find this other posting about Cisco AnyConnect, but it might not be related. There is no /opt/cisco directory in the server. Any advice in this area would be appreciated.

Show I download other rpm files? Should I use nmcli in some way? Should I create a new config file somewhere? I seem to be at a dead end here, and would appreciate someone's guidance.

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