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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Disable IP on bridge

OK, I'm running libvirt on my server, I have only one interface. In order to use the public IP in my VM I need to set up a bridge, everything OK so far.. But I don't want to setup an IP address on the ...
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Bridging wlan0 to eth0

On arch Linux, I would like to mainly have eth0 (connected to bridged router) share the connection recieved from wlan0, Ive read tutorials but I'm not command sabby as other users are and don't ...
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Iptables - Bridge and Forward chain

I have setup ethernet bridge br0 that contains two interfaces eth0 and tap0 brctl addbr br0 brctl addif eth0 brctl addif tap0 ifconfig eth0 0.0.0.0 promisc up ifconfig tap0 0.0.0.0 promisc up ...
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Bridging LXC containers to host eth0 so they can have a public IP

UPDATE: I found the solution there: http://www.linuxfoundation.org/collaborate/workgroups/networking/bridge#No_traffic_gets_trough_.28except_ARP_and_STP.29 # cd /proc/sys/net/bridge # ls ...
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How do I configure bridged networking for VMs

I'm setting up a KVM virtualization server in CentOS 6. How do I configure bridged networking? (I think I need network interface eth0 to be accessible to VMs) I have tried to follow this guide: How ...
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Split your DHCP scope among multiple servers?

I want to implement a redundancy solution. I have two subnets all windows XP machines - each with their own DHCP server - joined by a bridge. Currently - all machines get DHCP leases from the one ...
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Debian: Should I add vlan interface into bridge for KVM?

I am setting up a Debian Squeeze box as a KVM host. I want to add multiple interfaces to each KVM guest so I want them to be on different VLANs. After reading about this, I believe the best method is ...
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KVM network bridge with public static IP for both host and guests

I have a Ubuntu 10.04 server with 2 public static addresses. There is a KVM guest (also Ubuntu) installed and running. What i want is to give the guest an IP of the host, so that both machines have ...
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lxc vm access outside the host

On Debian 64bit, I configured a lxc like this : host ip : 172.16.0.25 vm guest on this host : 172.16.0.44 I've done the bridge on my host auto eth0 iface eth0 inet manual up ...
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OpenVpn bridge interface does not respond to incoming packets from outer network !

We are trying to set up a roadwarrior vpn setup with openvpn. We want the people to be able to connect to our network via openvpn. And we want them to be able to see and connect to the machines in our ...
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How do I put a bridge on top of a bonded interface?

I'm setting up a Ubuntu Server 11.10 box with multiple Ethernet interfaces that are bonded for redundancy. I'm planning to use it as a KVM host, so I'll need a network bridge. To accomplish this, I ...
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NATing IPv4 while routing IPv6

I've the following setup: client(s) <---> (eth0) router (eth1) <---> wan I have a static IPv4 address and a /48 IPv6 address block. I need to connect all the clients to (wan). Each ...
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Why are eth0 and vmbr0 (bridge) having the same MAC addresses?

I configured my Debian (with KVM on board) as following: /etc/network/interfaces: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 iface eth0 inet manual auto vmbr0 iface vmbr0 inet static address ...
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bridging two network interfaces in ubuntu linux 12.10 AND being able to access it from that machine

Ok, i have about had it but heres the deal. I have 7 total machines connected like this: [5 workstations]<--->ServerPC<---->MAINPC<---->router FYI, dont worry about the workstations they ...
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pfsense setting up as transparent firewall - dhcp issue

I followed the directions to set up pfsense in bridged / transparent mode per the instructions at http://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Configuring_pfSense However I can not get a dhcp address from my ...
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Adding ip address to a bridge interface

Is there really any meaning attached for assigning a IP address to a bridge interface. Note : the bridge is created using brctl and then an IP address is assigned to br0 created. Is there any ...
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No IPv6 traffic in bridge mode

Hello happy people o/~ yesterday I had the audacity to reboot a remote Linux server. This Ubuntu 64, 12.04 installation went from kernel 3.11.0-19-generic to 3.13.0-32-generic and also from being ...
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New KVM guests cannot access outside LAN

I have a KVM host (at 192.168.0.10) that currently has one working KVM guest (at 192.168.0.12). On attempting to install a new KVM guest today, I reached a problem where the network on the new guest ...
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Network Bridge in dom0 can not ping domU's

I am using Debian wheezy with XEN 4.1. I have two network bridges xenbr0 and xenbr1. xenbr0 is linked to the real-eth0-nic so the domU's can talk to the outside world, which worked fine. xenbr1 was ...
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Possible for linux bridge to intercept traffic?

I have a linux machine setup as a bridge between a client and a server; brctl addbr0 brctl addif br0 eth1 brctl addif br0 eth2 ifconfig eth1 0.0.0.0 ifconfig eth2 0.0.0.0 ip link set br0 up I also ...
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Cross-VLAN sharing and auto-discovery of selective resources

I have a network with several VLANs that each contain resources or clients with different access rights. For simplicity, let's say I have 3 VLANs: ID 10: Contains privileged clients and private ...
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Xen network-bridge interface renaming

According to the comments in Xen's network-bridge script, the process of starting the bridge with external interface eth0 is thus: # Creates the bridge # Copies the IP and MAC addresses from eth0 to ...
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bridging LXC containers to host network with different IP range

I'm pretty new to linux, and I have been struggling with a problem for the past week or so... I am trying to setup a cluster of LXC containers on a workstation (host) which is has IP 192.168.10.33 ...
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Why VM cannot get the public IP I have from provider?

I have a KVM-Host (on Debian) with root@kvm-host:/# cat /etc/network/interfaces auto eth0 iface eth0 inet manual auto vmbr0 iface vmbr0 inet static address 176.x.y.133 netmask 255.255.255.224 ...
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KVM guest has a wrong outgoing ip address

I have a KVM host with a bridge configured on eth0 that has a public ip: auto br0 iface br0 inet static address xx.xx.aa.111 netmask 255.255.255.0 network xx.xx.aa.0 broadcast xx.xx.aa.255 ...
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Use one NIC to create multiple interfaces for Linux KVM

I am working on a thesis research project, and I am having some difficulty figuring out how to make one NIC spawn several "bridge" interfaces such that each KVM VM can be seen on the local network. I ...
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KVM guests lose connectivity after networking restart

we're setting up an ubuntu server 10.04 host with kvm. The host is setup with a bond and bridged interfaces to allow the guests access to the network without natting. Our current configuration is ...
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Adding a bridge for my two guests in Debian with KVM

I'm trying to add a two tap0 and a tap1 for my to guests. I'm running Debian with KVM. Each time i restart the server after putting this in /etc/network/interfaces/ the server gets unreachable. Why ...
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Linux router share internet between eth2 to eth3 [closed]

I am not a networking guy, so apologies in advance. I have a small Linux (Ubuntu) box with 2 ethernet ports. eth2 is connected to a cable modem that gives it a 192.168.1.x address + internet ...