Certainly both LTE and WiFi modem drivers need be added to Linux
kernel, the BlueZ and Dbus should be used as well.
> Check the connman.conf page for all the config options, in particular
Yes, I am aware of set up main.conf:
DefaultAutoConnectTechnologies = wifi,cellular
PreferredTechnologies = wif,cellular
SingleConnectedTechnology = false
And if you want to have only one link up use 'true' here.
My main concern is just like Vinothkumar said that "The switch
LTE and Wifi is not automatic and immediate as like in mobile phone",
Switching between the technologies is supposed to work automatically.
The term 'immediate' is hard to grasp. My personal experience with iOS
and Android is that even on high end phones the switching takes a few
seconds. Anyway, the whole connection algorithm is event driven, that
means if the under laying technology and driver send the disconnect/new
network events, ConnMan will act immediately.
is that comment correct even I set up correct in main.conf above,
switch between LTE and WiFi won't be automatically and immediately
like mobile phone?
ConnMan is supposed to do this, but depends on hardware and driver
support. I stress this point because we have got a lot of fun with
wpa_supplicant and even worse are the modems. oFono does an excellent
job but it can only do so much.