2010-02-05 08:10:40     Dual interafaces

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2010-02-05 08:10:40     Dual interafaces

Karthikeyan Jeevanandam (INDIA)

Message: 85702   

 

Hi Mike,

 

We enabled both the WIFI and ethernet interface with different IP range

 

say (10.xx.xx.xx for ethernet (eth0) and

 

       192.168.yy.yy for WIFI (eth1)),

 

then the system works fine, ping from external devices also works fine. But when we we have the same IP range for both eth1 and eth0 interfaces then the system doesn't work as expected. Even ping fails. Please let us know your inputs

 

We use BF527.

 

Regards,

 

Karthik

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2010-02-05 08:31:30     Re: Dual interafaces

Wolfgang Muees (GERMANY)

Message: 85703   

 

Hi Karthik,

 

what you need is a network bridge. Please read about the linux bridging support.

 

Without bridging, all network adapters MUST have a different IP range.

 

regards

 

Wolfgang

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