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Dell Latitude E6500 - 5720 Air card.

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We have a dell latitude e6500 with a 5720 air card installed in it.
Connect your 3G Internet and then connect your NIC in the laptop to the demonstration switch and you lose the 3G card connection.

We don't want to lose connectivity for plugging in the NIC. Power options didn't seem to be effecting this, but I could have missed something obviously.

Ideas?
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in the software, you can set the 3g to ignore the warning about having multiple network connections, this will allow you to have simultaneous connections.
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