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bridge | The Linux Foundation

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A bridge is a way to connect two Ethernet segments together in a protocol independent way. Packets are forwarded based on Ethernet address, rather than IP address (like a router). Since forwarding is done at Layer 2, all protocols can go transparently through a bridge.

url: http://www.linuxfoundation.org/collaborate/workgroups/networking/bridge

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BridgeNetworkConnections - Debian Wiki

Debian wiki

Bridging your network connection is a handy method for sharing your internet connection between two (or more) computers. It’s useful if you can’t buy a router with more than one ethernet port, or if you’re a college student in a dorm room with limited ethernet jacks and no router.

url: http://wiki.debian.org/BridgeNetworkConnections

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Debian User Forums • View topic - keeping connections up while moving from wired to wireless

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I run several ssh tunnels, sshfs mounted filesystems, and occasionally a VPN (from work to home). Starting from a wired connection (dhcp) in a docking station, i want to be able to join a wireless network (dhcp), pick up my laptop and move around my office building, say to a meeting room for a demonstration, and then return to my desk and dock my laptop. And all this time, i want my open connections to stay open.

url: http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=49735&p=286015

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Debian Lenny Tun/Tap Bridge Setup

br0 is host NIC. Guest OS interface will write to tap0. Bridge interface exists between eth0 and tap0.

url: http://www.shakthimaan.com/installs/debian-tun-tap-setup.html

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