On Sat, 26 Mar 2005, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
> The solution is to do either of:
>> 1. set the wifi one as defaultroute
> 2. disable (not uninstall) your wired network card.
>> You're using Fedora so I'm not totally sure how this is done. However, I'd
> imagine if you route around in the network settings you may see the two
> cards listed. If you do, you should be able to disable one or set the
> default route.
Another way is to run a daemon that can watch the link-status of a
link and take appropriate action as/when links are active. Eg
'ifplugd' (which can run scripts based on link-state, but has some
problems) or the 'zebra' daemon from Quagga (which can't run scripts,
but can easily be configured to manage your default route according
to which interfaces are present and your preferences for which order
interfaces should be used).
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