Bridging

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usbdongle

15-12-2008 17:19:20

I currently have all the network devices on my router bridged, so it looks something like this


----br0
+--------eth1
+--------eth2
+--------eth3
+--------eth4
+--------ppp0
+--------wlan0

Obviously ppp0 is my internet connection. All the devices in the bridge can access the internet through ppp0. All devices can connect to services on the router. The bridge interface (br0) has an IP.

All the wired devices can also ping each other. Problem is that the wireless devices cannot ping the wired devices and the wired devices can't ping the wireless.

Is there an easy way to fix this? )

Vern

16-12-2008 17:56:48

Hi usbdongle,

To the best of my knowledge, the only legacy driver with explicit bridge support is the rt2500 driver. The others detect the snap header, but do not seem to have complete functionality.

Thanks,