On Thu, 2016-11-03 at 18:06 +0100, Dragos Tatulea wrote:
I haven't spent any time into cleaning these up because I was
the impresion that they weren't interesting enough for upstreaming.
Although the patchest is quite large, some things are not required
and the service part is the easiest.
I could clean them up and send them over if you would be interested
in reviewing and testing them.
Let's star off by getting AlwaysConnectedTechnology added first. Then
figure out with an RFC patch if one needs to add per interface routing
tables to get a default route for each interface or if there are other
means for ConnMan to make it work. At that point the "default" policy
of switching all traffic from cellular to WiFi is most likely affected;
the current assumption is that all "normal" traffic uses the service
with the highest priority (i.e. the first one).
Did your patch set have a solution for differentiation specific (MPTCP)
traffic and the generic traffic that is supposed to use the most
preferred service for its traffic?