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br0 causes to drop multicast connection after 5 minutes

I have these interfaces set up on the router (Linux machine): br0: flags=4419<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,PROMISC,MULTICAST> mtu 1500 inet 192.168.0.3 netmask 255.255.255.0 broadcast ...
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Secondary bridge only working at random in debian wheezy

We are currently migrating from vmware server to kvm. So far everything works smooth, with the exception of the secondary bridge. Our network layout is as follows: Firewall with 3 ports eth0 Public ...
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Bridged network with different subnets

I want to virtualize my webserver with lxc/virsh for this reason, I want to pass a IP to the lxc container. But my IPs are from different subnets, what I tried (but not successfully): Virsh network: ...
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brctl Not working fine with bridging eth0 and at0

I made an access point with airbase-ng and its at0 I tried to bridge my eth0 and at0 by brctl addbr demo brctl addif demo eth0 brctl addif demo at0 brctl demo up dhclient3 demo & already removed ...
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Ipv6 bridged network not working on Debian 3.2.46-1

I am on Debian 3.2.46-1 running VMWare with a Windows 7 Pro guest. I'm trying to set up a bridged network through eth0 interface, and give the windows virtual machine a static, external IPv6 address. ...
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Bridge interfaces with Vlan on Linux based access point

I have a Linux based wireless access point. It has eth0 interface for ethernet, ath0 for wireless and br-wan as a bridge between the two. bridge name bridge id STP enabled ...
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Why does Linux require moving IP from eth interface to bridge interface

When a network interface (e.g., eth0) is added to a Linux bridge (e.g., br0), the IP address must be removed from eth0 and added to br0 for the networking to function properly. I recall reading in ...
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How to associate a seperate station to a Wifi AP

My Linux machine (A) is connected with some Wifi AP over my wireless device (wlan0). I want to give some other Linux machine (B), which is connected to me by ethernet (eth0), access to this network. I ...
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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 ...
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Assigning IP to a bridged interfaces

Is there a way to assign an IP to bridged interfaces? For example, under normal circumstances: ifconfig eth0 0.0.0.0 ifconfig eth1 0.0.0.0 brctl addbr mybridge brctl addif mybridge eth0 brctl addif ...
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How do I set up several interfaces all bridged onto eth0?

I have found several guides to bridging a single interface (eg br0) onto eth0 but none for multiple interfaces (eg br0, br1 etc). Is this possible?
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Equivalent for netsh start network on linux

I recenty read about the Windows option for creating an access point, that will run on the same physical device, as the machine. So that I can connect my other devices to that network, and have access ...
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Why do the members of a bridge lose their Ip address?

I have created a bridge using to existing network interfaces: $ brctl addif br0 eth1 $ brctl addif br0 eth2 Why do eth1 and eth2 lose their IP addresses? What's the reasoning behind it? PS this is ...
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Bridge not working

We want to create bridge (mybridge) on our board over eth0 and eth1 interface. The board runs Linux 2.6.34.9. Following are the commands: brctl addbr mybridge ifconfig eth1 0.0.0.0 ifconfig eth0 ...
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connecting (bridging) two networks

I would like to connect (bridge) two networks (ppp0 and eth2). Normally you would do this with brctl but one of the network-interface is a ppp-device so it won't work (ppp can't transport ppp-frames). ...
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Why does adding a non-VLANed interface to a bridge break the VLANed interfaces?

I'm working with VLANs on briges and have found that if I add a non-VLAN interface to any bridge, it breaks all the VLAN interfaces - packets leave just fine, but the return packets (which are ...
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Using bridge utils to connect two computers via Linux

I have been using bridge utils previously to connect my network connected computers to a single interface on my Linux computer. The problem I'm having is when I installed a new Linux (with Slackware) ...