Target device is Raspberry Pi, with Debian running kernel 3.12.9-1+rpi1. I want to bridge USB WLAN card with local Ethernet NIC, but I want to have 2 IP addresses on that bridge interface, one from ...
I am looking to do this on a Raspberry Pi, but I don't mind which operating system I have to install, so the easiest most out-of-the-box solution for Pidora (Fedora 20 Remix), Raspbian (Debian) or ...
I want to use a Raspberry Pi running Arch Linux to extend my WiFi network. My situation is that I have a spare WiFi router that I want to use to expand my WiFi reception range as well as give me a few ...
I am using Airlink Fully compatible Wireless N 150 Ultra Mini-USB Adapter (AWLL5099) with my RaspPi to get internet. I am also bridging this WiFi connection with an Ethernet cable to provide internet ...
I have the same problem as this guy : Bring down and delete bridge interface that's up But that solution does not work for me. I remove all interfaces from the bridge using brctl delif . I then ...
EDIT: Even taking br0 out, still cannot get a static IP connection. I had the following /etc/network/interfaces configuration and it was working auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 iface etho ...