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    To my considerable surprise, it appears to be possible to have, simultaneously active, a wired and a wireless connection (to an XP Pro laptop, in this instance).
    Could someone please explain:
    • whether the faster connection takes precedence
    • whether the connection data rates are 'pooled'
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    [quote name='BATcher' post='773772' date='05-May-2009 02:56']To my considerable surprise, it appears to be possible to have, simultaneously active, a wired and a wireless connection (to an XP Pro laptop, in this instance).
    Could someone please explain:
    • whether the faster connection takes precedence
    • whether the connection data rates are 'pooled'
    You find something new every week![/quote]

    Does Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 Behavior When Connected to Both Wired and Wireless Networks help?

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    [quote name='joeperez' post='773795' date='05-May-2009 15:10']Does Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 Behavior When Connected to Both Wired and Wireless Networks help?[/quote]
    It probably would - if I understood it!

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