I usually blog for myself, so I don’t forget stuff when I need them 😛
I’m usually connected via WiFi to a network, however, FreeBSD’s WiFi drivers are not very… good. I mean they do work and do essential stuff, but it’s slow 🙂 anyways.
That’s why I’m always connected to the network using a wire as well.
The problem that I always encounter and want to solve is to change the default route’s interface after wiring up 🙂
Here’s how you can do that.
# netstat -4rn | grep default default 10.10.200.254 UGS wlan0 # route change default 10.10.200.254 -ifp em0 change net default: gateway 10.10.200.254 fib 0 # netstat -4rn | grep default default 10.10.200.254 UGS em0
and so on…