Re: Switching between wired and wireless
My fault. Ideally, I would be looking for something that detected
connectivity on the NIC, or lack there of. Meaning, if it is
connected, use it, but if not, try and connect to a wireless network.
A bash script would work, but not exactly what I would be looking
On Dec 8, 2005, at 11:06 AM, Mike McCarty wrote:
Justin Gallardo wrote:
I am looking to create a near-seamless experience with my laptop
from switching from a physical network connection(wired) to a
wireless connection. Right now my process to do this includes
taking down the NIC with ifconfig when I want to switch to
wireless, and then to get back to using the physical connection
from wireless, I have to take down the wireless card. Is there
any way to streamline this whole process? It would be great to be
able to set precedence of connections(physical connection having
a priority over wireless).
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
So far, your requirements are somewhat vague.
Would shell scripts to do the switchover be acceptable?
Or do you want automatic detection of loss of carrier
IOW, what does "near-seamless" mean?
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