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[ale] What do I need to bridge two networks?
- Subject: [ale] What do I need to bridge two networks?
- From: cfowler at outpostsentinel.com (Chris Fowler)
- Date: Sun, 02 Feb 2014 16:13:40 -0500
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On 02/02/2014 03:00 PM, Jim Lynch wrote:
> I'm working in a lab that has a single wifi connection to the
> outside. I don't have any control over the installed router. I have
> a separate router that I use to connect come of my systems together
> but would like to be able to bridge the two routers somehow. I don't
> have physical access to the installed router so I'd have to bridge a
> wifi to my router somehow. It's difficult to attempt to put my
> systems (some of them) on the installed router.
> What's the minimum that that I'd need to make this happen, if it's
> even possible? The router I have is a Cisco/Linksys of some variety.
> I forget the model number but it is several years old. It's running
> the stock Cisco software.
You can get it at Fry's in Duluth.
You put it in bridge mode and connect Ethernet from it to port 1 on your
Cisco. I'm using one now to bridge a temporary segment in my dining
room as I decommission a server that needs to go.