When I am connected to cellular broadband and a local wireless network simultaneously, it seems that internet requests go over the local network, which is logical for cost and performance reasons except when local network loses internet connectivity. Is it possible to access the internet over cellular broadband when the local wireless has no internet access while remaining connected with both networks?
Just to clarify:
- Connecting over cellular only: The internet is accessible but (obviously) not the local network.
- Connecting over wireless only works to reach the local network.
- When the internet to the local wireless is down, connecting to both cellular and local wireless makes it impossible to access the Internet. Windows actually shows Mobile Broadband has Internet Access and Wireless Network has No Internet Access.
So why does it not access the internet through the one that has internet access?