I've got a wifi network providing local services such as PBX, CIFS, etc. It is useful then you do not have ability (or wish) to entangle you room with wires...
I'd like to connect some (4 exactly) wired IP phones to local PBX using mono-blocks with wifi and ethernet interfaces. Of course, I can think of wifi I phones and, probably, will do so, if I could not get it work.
Straightforward approach to get it done didn't help a bit with something like "can't add wlan0 to bridge br0: Operation not supported". Some kind of NATs or Routing setup is not an option (because of complexity) also, though it is possible.
Do I have any cheats or hacks left to fulfill this ... quest? :-)
... ah, yes: it's Cisco IP PHONE 301 here and Ubuntu 12.04 box with wifi and ethernet hoping to reach wifi connected AsteriskNOW.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions!