[Bridge] IP address for br0

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Thu, 13 Apr 2000 16:01:31 -0500I have successfully patched the 2.2.14 kernel and added the ipchainsfiltering on my machine. The bridging and filtering put in place isworking beautifully. The problem I have ran into is I have assigned anip address to br0 but I am unable to reach it from the network. Alsothe bridge can not ping out or otherwise communicate in anyway withTCP/IP. Is this supposed to be possible? Should I be able to telnetinto my brigde normally with this setup. I wasn’t sure so I went ahead and installed a 3rd network card. Itappears configured correctly but I also cannot communicate to it or fromit. From my explanation I feel as though I am just having problemsconfiguring TCP/IP altogether. I was just wondering if anyone had anyinsight. I am running RedHat 6.1 with the 2.2.14 kernel patched,currently with 3 3Com 3c905c-tx-m cards. One last question. I had used another peice of bridging code forlinux that allowed filtering per ethertype. Is this something thatcould be considered being placed in this patch? It would be veryusefull in my opinion of course. Jeremy

«Здесь был Вася» – ICQ

Да, у меня есть номер ICQ, но, к сожалению, использую я его только для тех, с кем пью пиво/водку/etc, либо для своей родни.

Левые контакты совершенно не горю желанием добавлять в список, для них есть электропочта.

И заметка для любителей красивых номерков (я сам таковым являюсь) – мой номер состоит из двух моих любимых цифр, а также количество цифр в номере равняется одному из этих самых любимых цифр 😉