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Bridging wireless internet and wired network. 11 years 2 months ago #9681

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I've got one of my computers connected to my wireless router in the other room with a wireless pci card and everything works great. Only thing is, now I've got two more computers connected to this computer with a switch now. One uses SuSE 9.3 and the other Win200/WinXP. The one I'm on uses SuSE 9.3 as well. I'm sure its probably something simple, but how do I bridge the wireless connection with the wired? Its probably some option in YAST I missed or something. Thanks for the help.
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A crack at it 11 years 2 months ago #9714

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i know when you want to bridge two internet connections. You usually have to hight light both adapter connections then right-click and select bridge connections. That usually how i bridge my wireless usb apater to my ethernet adapter and from my ethernet card to a switch that provides my laptop with my internet access.

Sorry if this doen't help

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