OldPCGuy wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 11, 2018 3:57 pm
Do I assign each MAC to the same static I/P? what happens if wired and wireless are both active?
Normally you can't do that. You should preferably use DHCP or assign 2 different addresses manually.
Then contact the machine by name, e.g. "raspberrypi.local". From reasonably modern machines the name will resolve regardless of the address or interface actually used.
Raspbian gives preference to ethernet when wifi and ethernet are available.
However with raspbian/systemd/dhcpcd (I don't know who is to blame) this heresy
(It works by deleting behind the scenes one of the interfaces from the system in order to resolve the conflict...)