Questions about configuring and using bridging interfaces

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Ethernet-WiFi bridging with 11.04

I'd like to set up a bridge between a wireless subnet and an Ethernet subnet (actually just one client, a DVD player with absurdly poor wireless). That is, the wireless network is the "real" network, ...
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How do I bridge network interfaces?

I have a laptop running 11.10 with 2 network interfaces, wired and wireless. Wireless interface connects to the router with DHCP and connects to the internet. Wired interface is connected to a ...
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How to switch between network interfaces from console?

I've installed Debian in my VirtualBox (my host OS is Ubuntu). And there I configured two network interfaces: eth0 as NAT, and eth1 as Bridge. NAT I need to have access to the internet in virtual OS, ...
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How do you make a bridge between two connections?

I've done this: Created a wireless network via the network manager. I have internet through a wire. I want create a wireless network and share my internet access that I get from a wire. @TheX ...
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sharing internet between network interfaces

I have a laptop with lubuntu 11 with two network interfaces, wireless and wired. Wireless interface connects to the router with DHCP and provides access to the internet. The wired interface has a ...
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IPv6-enabled bridging without IPv6 addresses on the interfaces

I'm in the process of rebuilding my IBF (invisible bridging firewall) as Ubuntu 10.04.2 LTS. In the past I have dealt with ipv6 by way of disabling it entirely. This time around I want to leave it ...
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Bridge interfaces and KVM

I have an Ubuntu server with and a VM using KVM. The plan is that the server and the VM have a static IP address. I tried to change /etc/network/interfaces combining some of the examples available to ...
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Can I connect to multiple networks for double bandwidth?

If I used one wired connection to ISP_1 and another wireless connection to ISP_2, can Ubuntu benefit from both, such as running bit-torrent and getting twice the bandwidth?
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Can't get bonding and bridging to work for KVM [closed]

I can't for the life of me get bonding and bridging to work for the KVM setup I'm building. I'm using a fresh install (not an upgrade) of Ubuntu Server 10.10. I have 4 NICs on the same subnet (two ...
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Bridged network between Ubuntu Desktop 10.10 host and Ubuntu Server 10.10 Guest

I run Ubuntu 10.10 Desktop on my machine and have installed Ubuntu Server 10.10 in a Virtualbox VM. I'm running Virtualbox 4.0.2. It is not virtualbox-ose. I'd like the guest OS to have an IP address ...
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Copy all bridge traffic to a specific interface

I have a bridge/switch set up an a machine that has multiple ports. Occasionally, I have a vm running through virtualbox, and I'll have it use a virtual adapter and then I add the adapter to the ...
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How to stop Wireless AP Hosting using Network Manager on Ubuntu?

I use the following script to make my netbook a full-fledged wireless access point. It creates a bridge with eth0 and wlan0 and starts hostapd. #!/bin/bash service network-manager stop ifconfig ...