So, I bet this scenario is familiar for many people out there.
I've got a 3G "modem" and a ISP connection, in many different places I go, including mac and windows environments.
I want to plug in my 3G and leave it connected along with the ISP. So I'd effectively have 2 different internet connections on the same machine.
While both windows and mac says they are connected, I think they both route the whole traffic to just 1, at random, or using metrics, or whatever. But it's just 1.
There are two problems there: I actually want to use both to maybe get better speeds, and definitely should be able to get a more stable connection - at very least in the sense that one would cover the other if either fails.
That's my current and main issue - I am able to switch internet if one fails, usually from ISP to my 3G. But I have to do it so in a slow and manual process (assigning a manual IP and removing the gateway) if I want to keep the local network connected. Or just manually disable the ISP, in which case it's easier, but I lose the LAN. And then I have to change it back. Plus that times out every dedicated connection I may have - which no BATCH file could solve.
Anyone knows of a good solution for this? I bet there are softwares to do it - what about using just the OS?