The network installation in my apartment is not the easiest one to describe... Due to a really bad planned power and phone line architecture in this building of the 70's, I was forced to set up two different networks: A wired one for the printer and a NAS device and a wireless LAN for accessing the Internet. The problem: The wired LAN has a higher priority to connect to foreign networks so whenever I plugged the network cable, I got disconnected from Internet by WLAN. A solution, how to use both networks at the same time without being disconnected can now be found in this new How To: Use both wired LAN and WLAN connection and use WLAN for Internet Access.
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