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Dec 2016
chaviw
@chaviw
Dec 13 2016 07:01
@AndKe From an overview I assume you’re running into Android >= 5.x where it supports multi network. A bit more here https://developer.android.com/about/versions/android-5.0.html (search for multiple networks). In >= 5.x you need to explicitely route traffic to the desired network in cases where wifi doesn’t have internet. It’s pretty straightforward, but there are two ways to do it. You can route all traffic through a network or route specific traffic by binding sockets to a network
André Kjellstrup
@AndKe
Dec 13 2016 08:22
@chaviw Thanks, isn't it strange that's needed ? I understand that with private APNs, or MMS , but if cellular is connected to internet, and traffic goes to 10.* (a non-internet-routable, private network) only found on wlan, it should be stright forward where to put those packets ? :)