On Fri 16 Feb 2018 at 08:53:27 (-0500), Henning Follmann wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 16, 2018 at 04:26:14AM +0100, Rodary Jacques wrote:
> > Le jeudi 15 février 2018, 11:44:36 CET Henning Follmann a écrit :
> > > On Thu, Feb 15, 2018 at 05:01:52PM +0100, Rodary Jacques wrote:
> > > > With NetworkManager, /etc/network/interfaces has only the loopbak
> > > > interface, and I can't use wicd which can't deal with two wired
> > > > interfaces. And, Henning Follmann, my English is too poor to explain
> > > > clearly my setup which is the standard one when your ISP gives you one
> > > > routable address and you want your home LAN to have access to internet.
> > > > Thanks for your interest anyway.
> > > > Jacques
> > > >
> > >
> > > Hello,
> > > no your english was good enough to describe your setup. And I would say
> > > that 90% of "us" have a form of "dialup" with on routable ip address and a
> > > NAT setup.
> > > First bind is not "standard" in this kind of situation and makes things
> > > overly complicated. I would recommend dnsmasq instead. It is much more
> > > staight forward for a NAT box to setup. It will also provide you with a
> > > dhcp server.
> > > And in your situation you also want to disable/avoid the NetworkManager.
> > I told before that wiced can't deal with two wired interfaces.
> That is not true, but lets ignore this for now.
I would be interested to know how you do this. I can't even see a way
to make wicd make connections on two interfaces at the same time where
one is wired and the other wireless. As soon as you select one
interface, the other gets disconnected. Do you have some CLI magic
that makes it keep the first connection going?