Hey all, I find myself needing some networking assistance, if anybody is able to lend a suggestion. Here is the set-up: I teach high school, and our schools infrastructure, frankly sucks. I’ve cobbled together my own dual-projector A/V setup so my classes and I can join the 21st century; the whole rig is powered by a desktop I built and my laptop. The printer is, by necessity, across the room, as is a shared back-up drive, both hooked up to an Asus RT-AC68r wireless router. There-in lies the rub. Since these are all MY machines, I am not permitted to put them on the school’s secure network. I must access the interwebz over the “guest” wireless network. As a result, I cannot access both the RT-AC68 AND the internet at the same time. I have to switch over between them, which kinda sucks. My solution was to hardwire the RT-AC68, and run dual networks. Wireless through the school for internet, wired LAN for printing and fileshare. BUT . . . I cannot for the life of me get my machines to do that. I’m running Windows 10 Pro on all of them, and as soon as I connect the Ethernet cable, the machines make it the default, and cannot connect to the web. It’s a well-known flaw that in W10 you can no longer manually re-order network priority using the GUI. I have tried to do so by manually setting the interface metrics of both adapters, but that didn’t work either. I’m no network pro by a LONG shot, so I’m out of ideas :-( Does anybody have any suggestions on how I can get Windows to connect to both a wired and a wireless network simultaneously, and give priority to the wireless for internet connectivity? Has Micro$oft rendered this impossible in W10, or is there some secret-sauce way to force it to work? Any help is greatly appreciated!