Free Downtown Dayton Internet service.
matthew.flaschen at gatech.edu
Thu Jan 22 20:59:14 UTC 2009
Eberhard Roloff wrote:
> for this, the router imho strictly does NOT have to act as a bridge.
Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_bridge) defines
wireless bridge as: "a hardware component used to connect two or more
network segments (LANs or parts of a LAN) which are physically and
logically (by protocol) separated."
This is what we have here. The full configuration works like this:
A-City wired router
B-City wireless router
C-Steven's wireless bridge client
D-Steven's wired card
A-B is one network segment, and C-D is another. The bridge connects the
two. Steven needs to procure a device C that can act as the client side
of the bridge (the server side of the bridge is an ordinary wireless
> So the router needs to route from wirless to wired and vice versa, not
> to bridge anything.
The bridge is between the two segments, A-B and C-D.
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