Network bridging between a wired and wireless connection in Ubuntu

Submitted by Jochus on Sat, 15/05/2010 - 10:13 | Posted in: Linux

A lot of people are contacting me about this thread I've once started in the past. This thread is about bridging a wired and wireless connector in Ubuntu.

There were a lot of replies, and I could try a lot of things ... but unfortunately, I was never able to fix this problem :-( ... The only solution I have, is written here: http://wiki.jochus.be/index.php/Linux/Bridging_alternatief => yes, I should translate this page :p ...
Basicly, what it does: I'm assigning different subnets to the two networks and I use IP forwarding to make them communicate. This isn't a very good solution, as the clients need some extra configuration too ...

But anywayz, if somebody was able to fix it, please let me know. I know there are a lot of people searching for a solution :-) !

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