On Tue, Sep 09, 2008 at 11:46:41AM -0400, Steven M. Bellovin wrote: > I think there are several separate issues. One is fail-over, which is > indeed important. A second is what to do when there are multiple > interfaces, which has several aspects: which has priority, when are > leases negotiated, how is auxiliary data bound to the current default > route, etc. My current failure is with this last point, though (as has > been noted) I'm still grasping for a solution to all of them. The cheesy approach might work; it's not suitable for all requirements, but does pretty well for the common case: disable wireless when there's a wired connection. Some ifwatchd scripts should deal with that, including making dhcp release and renew leases after a change (so the right *.conf contents are left at the end). -- Dan.
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