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Oct
8
comment bridge vs iptables vs route?
I'll look into it more tomorrow. There is no problem with the server connecting to the WAN and the internet. I just wanted to know how to connect the WiFi router to the WAN via the server. There are three linux commands that do similar things. Which of them do I need? (or which combination)? I'll try (1) route again. Then reset it back to the current state (when it doesn't work), then I'll make a bridge, and then add IPtables to the bridge. If my server locks up, then I'll have to reboot to remove the bridge and get things back to the current config.
Oct
5
comment bridge vs iptables vs route?
Thanks. Not really though. I've tried iptables and I've tried messing with the route command and I've tried a bridge, but got locked out of the computer. It may be that I need to try combinations of these. Not sure where to get networking help though.
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