Re: Hardware requirements for bridging wired+wireless together

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> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: Simon Barber [mailto:simon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
> >Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2010 1:59 PM
> >To: John W. Linville
> >Cc: Umar Qureshey; bridge@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >Subject: Re:  Hardware requirements for bridging
wired+wireless together
> >
> >I did write an ebtables module to work around this 802.11 3 address 
> >problem - it performed L2 NAT on DHCP, ARP and IP packets, so
allowing 
> >an 802.11 client be added to a bridge. It was released under GPL
about 5 
> >years ago (from my previous company Instant802/Devicescape), but I
can't 
> >find the source anymore!!!
> >
> >Simon

That would be very useful.  Probably even more useful now than 5 years
ago!  Apparently, Windows does MAC-level NAT allowing for the bridging
of Ethernet and WiFi interfaces irrespective of the underlying Wifi
chipset.
 
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