[arch-general] systemd-networkd and netctl with multiple interfaces
bennett at piater.name
Thu Nov 12 11:30:36 UTC 2015
> Say you start out on wifi, and open an ssh connection. Then you plug in
> ethernet. The ssh session will remain on the wifi route until it is
> closed. There's no way* to make an existing connection "jump ship" from
> one route to another. If you were to disable the wifi connection as soon
> as the ethernet connection, your ssh session would die.
Thanks a lot, that is both new and helpful indeed.
So does this mean that new connections will use the new network, while
old connections retain theirs?
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