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Wireless client bridge not working on network- any potentially workable alternatives? [closed]

I assist in the work of a small IT group of a department within a larger organization. The building we're in has not nearly enough connectivity for our needs, and so we've had a number of computers ...
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Bridging two wireless interfaces with brctl?

I have this topology: [internet] ^ L-------[wlan0]-[host]-[wlan1]-----[client-1] I tried to bridge wlan0 wlan1 but it wont work with brctl; but magically when I issue this command #iw ...
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Bridging eth0 to wlan0

I'm trying to create the followig setup: +----------+ | Wi-Fi | +----------+ ...
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Convert wifi to wired using wireless router [closed]

I have a TP-Link WR740N, a Raspberry Pi (With only an ethernet port for Network), and a Wifi connection. Is it possible to use the wireless router to bridge the Pi with the Wifi connection?
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1answer
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Accessing WRT54G admin through WET610N bridge

I am using a WRT54G router to host a few computers and servers. I have another computer that is wired to a wireless bridge, which is a WET610N. How do I access the admin page of my WRT54G through my ...
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1answer
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network bridge+nat on ubuntu maverick

I've got three ubuntu maverick machines and an access point. I want to be able to set up the following scenario: The setup is as follows: 192.168.0.1 is an access point 192.168.0.2 is a wireless ...
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How strict is line of sight?

The college where I work is wanting to expand our network connection out to the field house building, located about 1/2 to 3/4 mile away from the rest of campus. I'm looking at one of these as a ...
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openwrt uses a single interface bridge?

My understanding of bridging is that it ties together two interfaces at layer 2. I am looking at a Ubiquiti Nanostation2 running OpenWRT that has an ethernet port 'eth0' and a wifi port 'ath0'. The ...
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Linux Ethernet/wireless bridging

One of our new requirements for a product I work on is to support Ethernet-to-wireless bridging. Suppose we have two network interfaces: eth0 and ath0 (we're using the Madwifi driver). What sort of ...
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Same or separate subnets when connecting two buildings via a wireless bridge

We have two buildings about 200 feet apart connected via SMC's outdoor wireless bridge. Currently, both buildings are on the same subnet with one DHCP server in the main building. This seemed to be ...