Why would you want to do that ?
Hi ive been having huge amounts of trouble trying to Bridge connections on Backtrack 3, ive searched all over the web and not found a single Thread that explains.
My HD has packed up on me so im now using backtrack 3 live until my new one arrives.
What do you hope to achieve by doing this? Are you trying to join your XBox 360 to a wireless network using a BackTrack system which has both a wired and wireless as a bridge?
The OP edited out the reason was so he could somehow play Halo again .
Anyway...what i'm trying to do is share my internet connection from my Laptop (which is connected WIRELESSLY to my Router) through an Ethernet Cable to my Xbox 360 so i will hopefully achieve Online play with Backtrack 3.
BTW 'Lupin' the reason your Xbox is connected to Live is either beacause your Router is right next to your Xbox, you have a very long ethernet cable or you have a wireless adapter. I dont benefit from any of those.
Now regarding your question, I gather you want to use your laptop running backtrack to bridge the wireless and wired networks together so you can connect to Live? Thats the information that you should have included in the first place so we didn't have to play 20 questions with you.
It might be simpler if you just use BT as a NAT enabled router. You can port forward the required Live ports from your Internet router to BT then to your XBox. Or you could search Google for "linux bridge wired wireless interface" and read some of the results.
BT is not really the ideal system for doing this however unless you have a desire to learn how these things are done manually...
So what changed that all the sudden you can't play your Xbox?
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