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Oops! I finally found the working solution! I spent about 10+ hours spreaded on three days for this problem, but the solution is not clean, is closer to work-around. I need real solution or better work-around for this. please help. anyway, I found below information from vmware cummunity. (root cause of the problem is related to vmware.) ...
To bridge wifi interface you may use iw tool to enable 4addr likewise: # iw dev <wifiInterface> set 4addr on ie: # brctl addif <bridgename> <wifiInterface> can't add <wifiInterface> to bridge <bridgename>: Operation not supported # iw dev <wifiInterface> set 4addr on # brctl addif <bridgename> ...
You can use ebtables for this assuming you are assigning a mac to every VM on the host node. http://ebtables.sourceforge.net/ This in simple terms locks it down by mac address and will only allow the VM's to use IP's specifically assigned to them.
Bridges can/will forward packets between WLAN router 2 and selfmade router, but WDS must be set up on 802.11 (WLAN) link for it to be bridgeable (otherwise WLAN device acting as station (wireless client) won't be able to send/receive packets from MAC addresses connected to it's wired interface(s)). Remember that you have to set up 2 bridges - on WLAN router ...
Dropping packets is a sign of being overrun. Look at ethtool -g eth0 and see if you can raise the receive-buffers. Doing so will shortly (1-2s) reset the link.
I need a way to access the Thomson router and see it's configurations can you at least see the config on the juniper? what does that tell you about if the thompson is routed or switched? without details, in the setup you are describing, commonly the "first" device may be a /30 (2 usable ips), with the sole purpose of routing to your "firewall" a /24 ...
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