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How to bridge the eth0 (ethernet) and eth1 (WiFi_Ap)?

I am in the WiFi test embedded board. The ethernet port eth0 is connected to the Internet. The interface eth1 is caused due to the WiFi chip. The Access Point can be used as a WiFi eth1 is. We use the ...
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bridge or iptables or route?

iptables vs bridge-utils vs route I have two network cards in a Linux server and don't know how to make them communicate. After searching a lot I still don't know which method is the one that should ...
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Forward multicast between two LAN segments (Chromecast)

I've found some rules but most are inconclusive. Chromecast uses DIAL and discovers via multicast from what I've understood.. I have an Ethernet-connected computer which I would like to route via my ...
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Why does my firewall (iptables) interfere in my bridge (brctl)?

I set up a bridge br0 "attached" to two interfaces: eth0, my physical interface connected to the real LAN, vnet0, a KVM virtual interface (connected to a Windows VM). And I have this single ...
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Creating a virtual interface to always access a DHCPed interface with the same ip

I have an interface that on connect always gets a new IP. So I want to create a virtual interface with a static IP that "relays" everything over the physical interface. This would be useful to bind ...
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Settings when using a bridge

I have a bridge set up between my physical Ethernet interface, eth0, and the virtual interface for OpenVPN, tap0. The bridge has an IP address, and the machine can be contacted on that IP address from ...
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iptables and physdev match confusion

I'd like to be able to prevent a network bridge from generating certain types of traffic from some of its interfaces. If I understand iptables correctly, packets generate by a device appear on the ...
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tc on bridge port

I have a 4 port bridge: root@Linux-Switch:~# brctl show bridge name bridge id STP enabled interfaces br0 8000.000024cd2cb0 no eth0 eth1 ...