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high availability for static eth0 only with systemd-networkd and systemd-resolved ?
i want to configure my new TB:S with TinkerOSv2.1.16 only with systemd and it's subroutines like networkd, resolved and files like and
Systemd is working fine in startstop-scripts, timer intervalls, rapidly autorestarting failed daemons and saving boot time. How to realize a high-availability eth0 only with systemd ?

I need a high availability network connection and default ip route for eth0. This is the major priority. I want to use only systemd-networkd and systemd-resolved if possible.
A nice2have is a minor priority wlan0 connection via WPA2 (is wpa_supplicant needed or can it be purged, too) ?

What are the configurations i need to do to configure systemd to do the job?

Maybe wlan0 is not a good idea for a fallback network with static ip if eth0 link is broken?
How to configure that solution?
hi SRKvK,

the last TinkerOS_Debian OS.. I used was.. V2.0.8 ;-]...

but then.. all I had to do to setup static IP..
nano /etc/network/interfaces
auto eth0
 iface eth0 inet static
   gateway 192.168.x.x
save & exit.... then reboot to test..

for what you are asking about.. it sounds like.. you need "Bonding"
" to "bond" two Ethernet connections together to create an auto failover interface. "

look @
Configuration - Example 2 ("Laptop-Mode")
"..Tie cable and wireless network interfaces (RJ45/WLAN) together to define a single, 
 virtual (i.e. bonding) network interface (e.g. bond0). "

notes.. How to configure network settings in Debian

maybe this will help...
notes.. SystemdNetworkd
look @ .. beyond the basics
setting up a bond between 2 network interfaces

---------------- ;-]..
hope it helps,

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