yes, that was me and it was/is fixed by ensuring the interface metric is set higher than your physical network card.
wake on lan is working.
seamless is working until i put my secondary to sleep
upon waking it from sleep via multiplicity, seamless will not work until i restart the multiplicity service on the primary at which point i can immediately begin seamless.
its weird considering as i mentioned, wake on lan works fine. also if i open the multiplicity gui it shows the secondary as on, and also says "multiplicity was able to successfully connect to this computer" if i click on the gear. Yet no seamless until i restart the service then it instantly works.
At a loss on this one, at least for now.