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On 31/10/16 12:18, Bastien Nocera wrote:
> They're metered unless you either tag them as unmetered, or hints are
> to NetworkManager by what you're connected to. For example, Android
> is automatically tagged as metered as Android provides a hint in its DHCP
What if you're not even using NetworkManager?
Only my laptop, which needs the easy UI of Network Manager to connect to
different networks, uses NM while all my non-mobile machines just use
systemd-networkd to manage the network.
So how do I tag a connection as unmetered with systemd-networkd?
You can't. You get a box of bits if you start replacing parts of the
Workstation experience, eg. the network status icon also won't work
as expected. That's par for the course.
More to the point how do I tag it as unmetered at certain times of
Right now, you'd script it.