Bridging is a forwarding technique used in packet-switched computer networks. Unlike routing, bridging makes no assumptions about where in a network a particular address is located.

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bridge between vlans

We have a somewhat exotic setup. Some devices connected to a cisco switch must be administered by a third party and we don't want to give this third party full access to our network. There devices do ...
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My KVM machine can't get the network

I'm setting up a virtualization server for my company based on Fedora 19 and KVM. Our goal is to being able to convert and run a bunch of VirtualBox VMs. So I setup my F19 server, and created a br0 ...
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bridge networking KVM

i am having a problem connecting VMs to the bridge interface. My VMs cannot connect to the host and LAN outside the host, when i ping it just say destination host unreachable. it seems that my VM is ...
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Ubuntu with KVM guest VM and broken bridges

I have an Ubuntu box with a KVM guest VM running. They use bridging so the guest VM attaches to the physical network of its host. The guest VM has 2 NICs in 2 different bridges. First NIC of the VM ...
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Centralized MAC filter for wireless lan

I am attempting to install a MAC filter in between a switch that handles my wireless network and the core of the network. The idea is to have a centralized MAC filter bypassing the filters built into ...
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Xen Bridge only working when IP Assigned

Just had an (in my sense) obscure situation. I have a Xen Server with bridged networking. Everything works fine since month. A while ago i configuresd a second bridge. only some DomUs get an channel ...
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Bridged modem but no gateway?

I'm trying to put my modem in bridge mode so I can plug it into a separate router but I'm having some difficulties. To try to get the facts straight on the settings required I've plugged it straight ...
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wireless ethernet adapter with EAP-PEAP?

We have a wireless network set up to support WPA or WPA2 with AES or TKIP encryption and EAP-PEAP authentication. Users are wanting to connect devices that don't have the ability to do EAP-PEAP but ...
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Linux Bridge allowing TCP but not UDP

I am using a linux bridge for monitoring some traffic on two vlans. I created two bridges br30 et br40 for each. My problem is that the TCP traffic make it through but not the UDP one. I thought of ...