Ubuntu Networking :: No Network After Resume From Sleep?

Mar 11, 2010

I'm sure this doesn't need a new thread but after searching for a bit I didn't find much about this. The problem is this;My system sleeps quite well, I can resume from sleep and get back to the desktop. However. the one thing that doesn't resume is > networking.I can disable> re-enable networking from the NM-applet and it tries again to connect but won't.I can sudo /etc/init.d/ networking restart, which essentially is the same as above. No connectionI've run ifconfig, and the connection is there but no address. Has this bug not been solved? Is it just a driver issue with my particular network card?It's the realtek 8201, part of the VT8237 chipset.Does anyone know what to do about this? I've been avoiding sleep mode on this computer for a very long time because of this bug.

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