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If one subnet can see another does that mean that there is a bridge between two interfaces?

This might seem like kind of a dumb question, but...say for example... I have a router running OpenWRT or some Linux distro and that router or box has two interfaces (lets say for sake of example a ...
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bridging real and virtual wireless network interfaces

I have 2 wireless interfaces, one real (eth1) and one virtual (vt0), running on top of the same physical wireless adapter. Both have separate IP address spaces. eth1 is connected to a laptop, and vt0 ...
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How do bridges really work?

I'm in a major confusion here, regarding bridges. I thought that they were devices that allowed going from one network to a different one without routing (doing the work at layer 2 instead), but if ...