Re: choosing an internet connection
On Wed, 22 Apr 2009 13:21:03 -0700, Alan Burton
computers in the office. What I want to try and to is to tell this computer
to use the LAN for networking and to use the wireless connection for internet
only. I hope that makes sense. So question is how do you do that.
It sounds like you are still trying to keep the wired and wireless on
the same subnet with different metrics. With a configuration like that
you can't use wired and wireless at the same time.
You need to put the wireless router AND the wireless network adaptor
which connects to it onto a different subnet and change the default
gateway to this new subnet.
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