Subject: Creating bridge(s)
To: None <port-i386@NetBSD.org>
From: David Dudley <DavidDu@cctexas.com>
Date: 11/09/2007 14:46:38
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I'm trying to create a bridge device to bridge my wireless traffic
through to a network interface.
I've got a system with an Atheros wireless card, running hostapd. This
works fine. Got my remote site running wpa_supplicant configured, and I
can ping between them to my hearts content, I can do ssh across the
wireless channel to get to the remote system,... all is well up to now.
On the access host (running NetBSD-current, and hostapd)
"ifconfig bridge0 create", it works fine, and I've got my bridge.
"brconfig bridge0 add sip0 add sip1 add sip2 up", and I've got three
network interfaces in the bridge and it's running.
Whenever I attempt to do
"brconfig bridge0 add ath0" I get an error message 'brconfig: add ath0:
invalid argument'. Is this an unsupported operation, or did I just
forget an option?
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