Re: No default route on 3G

Dan, I've replied to you in pvt by mistake. I'll try to fix this
mistake now, copying the new reply to the list.

By the way, thanks for your attention.

2010/1/7 Dan Williams <dcbw redhat com>:
> On Fri, 2009-12-25 at 23:56 -0200, José Queiroz wrote:
>> Sorry, which "nm-connection-editor"???
>> 2009/12/25 Dan Williams <dcbw redhat com>:
>> > Check in nm-connection-editor for that 3G connection, and in the IPv4
>> > tab, click the "routes" button.
>> I don't have such program in my Kubuntu 9.10, neither an IPv4 tab in
>> any config window. :(
> Ah, KDE.  I'm not sure what the KDE equivalent checkbox is.
>> > Look for the checkbox "Only use this
>> > connection for resources on its network" and make sure that
>> > is /unchecked/.
>> > Checking that box will ensure that the device is never
>> > used as the default route.
>> In fact, I do need the exact oposite: I *need* a default route, and
>> need that this route be preferred over wireless, if active.
> So even though you have a wifi connection, you want to route over the
> 3G?
> Dan

I don't use them simultaneously. I use the wifi connection at home,
and the 3G connection when I travel to my parent's house.

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