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    Default How to bridge connections?

    Hi, i want to bridge from my wireless to my ethernet port so my PC/Console can have internet. I do not have access to any other OS currently.

    I tried a search but got no results, i hope im not doing something wrong by posting this.

    thanks.

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    What operating system are you using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by archangel.amael View Post
    What operating system are you using?
    BT 3, Live CD

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    Bridging seems like an unusual approach for this. Im assuming you have one or more systems on the wireless network that need to access the Internet via this bridge? Why don't you set up a system thats connected to both wired and wireless networks as a router and use NAT.

    There are also many other Linux distros better suited to this purpose, so unless you want to do this manually so you can learn I don't think BackTrack is your best choice.
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