You must first check your Priority sequence of the Network Adapters in Windows.
- Press the Windows Key + X and select Network Connections from the menu.
- Press the ALT key, click Advanced, and then Advanced Settings.
- Select the network connection and check the priority of the network connection.
Also if you configure a Windows-based computer that has more than one network adapter on the same physical network and protocol subnet, you may experience unexpected results.
This article describes the expected behavior of this kind of nonstandard configuration.
How multiple adapters on the same network are expected to behave https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/how-multiple-adapters-on-the-same-network-are-expected-to-behave-e21cb201-2ae1-462a-1f47-1f2307a4d47a
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