NFS mount disapears when switching from wired to wifi network

Hi,

Almost everything's in the title.

My laptop (Thinkpad E580 / Manjaro 18.1.1) has some static NFS mounts (fstab) from my NAS.

I use both wired network (through a USB-C dock station) or wifi.

Every time I switch (wired <-> wifi), my mounts disappears and I have to remount them and get the following :

[xxxx@LAPTOP-Diego ~]$ sudo mount -a
[sudo] Mot de passe de xxxx : 
Created symlink /run/systemd/system/remote-fs.target.wants/rpc-statd.service → /usr/lib/systemd/system/rpc-statd.service.

What do you suggest to make this permanent ?

I would think you could write a systemd service to do that.

If I could, I would ! :sunglasses:

Here is a link with a lot of examples on writing Systemd services:

This service checks if you are connected and then restarts your network connection if you are not. A little modification to the restart script would probably do the trick.

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