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Check that your routing table is correct with the "route" command (no parameters). The "default" line should list the local network address of your modem/router. Did you try to disconnect/reconnect the Wifi? Sometimes going as far as going temporarily in "airplane" mode, followed by a refresh?
Will that kind of configuration share the two WAN, or will it randomly use one of them? The Linux kernel will only use one default gateway. Is there a way to merge these two WAN to be considered as only one with a better bandwidth? If so, then how can we configure that? unless you add a load-balancing route: ip route add default scope global ...
Just so that we are clear on this, some points: The Ubuntu laptop was previously running Windows The speed of the network goes up when you have Ubuntu in the mix. Take out the Ubuntu laptop and the speed goes down. What I would check: The model of the router (update your question please). Whether there exists any address reservation. I have seen that ...
I saw a thread on another forum recently with the same problem. Person had one or more device's ethernet plugged into a surge protector. Removing the surge protector from the chain solved the problem for him/her.
I was looking for the exact same setup. I realize this is a late response but perhaps someone else can benefit from it. Note: My VPN connection is of type PPP and shows up as the interface ppp0 under ifconfig. TV: Configure the TV's network settings to use your machine's IP as default gateway. Ubuntu: Setup IP forwarding and NAT as follows on your ...
I found the solution myself. Add the follow two lines in the [Unit] section of /lib/systemd/system/dnsmasq.service After=network-online.target Wants=network-online.target See https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/dnsmasq/+bug/1531184 for more detail.
Here is some useful info for vagrant boxes using host vpn. Basically you need to set natdnshostresolver1 option Note that this will NOT work when using the Vagrant's public_network setting though. config.vm.provider :virtualbox do |vb| # ---- other options.... vb.customize ["modifyvm", :id, "--natdnshostresolver1", "on"] end ...
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