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Below is how you set a default route out to the carrier. In my case wwan0 having a sim8200EA modem. This needs to be added so it loads on reboot. sudo ip route add 0.0.0.0/0 dev wwan0


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The link you referenced seems to be an obsolete copy of the Foundation tutorial. Try Setting up a Raspberry Pi as a routed wireless access point


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Ok so i'm answering my own question but by doing this post, I knew how to rephrase my research better... I realised dnsmasq was overwriting the dns configuration, because the local machine was automatically set as the resolver. Adding: DNSMASQ_EXCEPT=lo in /etc/default/dnsmasq solved this issue. Found this post which explains it better: Proper way to prevent ...


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Note that all your RX errors are "frame" errors, which means incomplete or corrupted network frames were received by the network interface and discarded. Unlike "dropped" (which mean you receive frames you don't expect) or "overrun" (which means the system is overloaded), these errors cannot be fixed by configuration. Some ...


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assuming it was actually in a file somewhere, lets say your ip is 1.2.3.4. you may be able to find it using this command: grep -r 1.2.3.4 /etc this will show you each file under the /etc hierarchy that has the string 1.2.3.4 in it. if you really get desperate, maybe sudo grep -r 1.2.3.4 / (the entire filesystem)


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