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Old 07-05-2004, 03:59 AM   #1
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Question ethernet bridge (wlan0 eth1) - canīt ping

I canīt make ethernet bridge with bridge utils working.
I have wlan0 and eth1 interfaces, wlan0 is connected to wireless network and AP with IP, nameserver is, driver for wlan0 is provided by ndis wrapper (card is edimax 7125+/Global Sun ACX 100). Eth1 is connected to computer with WIN XP on it and its IP is
I made new bridge br0 over eth1 and wlan0. IP of the new bridge is, netmask
I have add route to using dev br0.
The problem is that I still canīt ping And I have one other question. How should I set the route to AP that is also my gateway ?
IP forwarding is enabled, all interfaces are up (wlan0 and eth1 are with
Hardware is OK, because it works under WIN XP.
Iīm using SUSE 9.1 Prof.
Thanks a lot for possible advice.


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