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How to listen internet connection.

  • Hi All,

    Do you know are there any way to trigger event network disable or enable?

    I am doing like this:

    networkConfigManager = new QNetworkConfigurationManager();

    //for MAC
    connect(networkConfigManager, SIGNAL(onlineStateChanged(bool)), this, SLOT(onlineStateChanged(bool)));

    //for windows
    connect(networkConfigManager,SIGNAL(configurationChanged(QNetworkConfiguration)), this, SLOT(networkConfigurationChanged()));

    I don't know why "onlineStateChanged" not working on Windows. I have to use "configurationChanged" as you can see. However, it is not working as expected in case i have some virtual machine network. When i disable/enable internet the events were not fired.

    Could someone help me on this?

    Thank you!

  • Moderators

    QNetworkAccessManager also has a networkAccessibleChanged() signal
    Maybe this works out better for you.

  • Thank you for your supporting. However, i could not get networkAccessibleChanged signal working as expected. my script is below:

    foreach(QNetworkConfiguration cfg, networkConfigManager->allConfigurations()){
    //if( == "Ethernet 6"){
    QNetworkAccessManager *accessManager = new QNetworkAccessManager();
    qDebug() << << accessManager->networkAccessible();
    connect(accessManager, SIGNAL(networkAccessibleChanged(QNetworkAccessManager::NetworkAccessibility)), this, SLOT(networkAccessibleChanged(QNetworkAccessManager::NetworkAccessibility)));

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