NetworkManager is the most popular network connection manager tool these days, coming pre-installed with numerous GNU/Linux distributions. The latest stable release, NetworkManager 1.10.2, is here about five weeks after the launch of NetworkManager 1.10.0 to add a handful of new features and improvements. Among the new features that were implemented in NetworkManager 1.10.2, we can mention support for the "onlink" attribute for IPv4 routes, initial support for tc queueing disciplines and filters, as well as a new Update2() D-Bus method that can introduce more flexibility when updating the connection settings.
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