I have this situation: My Debian laptop is connected to the Internet via its wlan interface through my wireless router. Recently I decided to install FreeBSD on a very old machine (a celeron 300Mhz) which has only one ethernet interface.
I can't connect this desktop (celeron) to the router (distance and cable concerns), so I was wondering how to make the Debian laptop share its Internet access with the FreeBSD desktop with a little cable.
I've read about network bridging and think I can do that on the Debian side, but I still wonder how to proceed on the FreeBSD celeron desktop. How can I let this celeron access the Internet so I can upgrade/install stuff on it?