[Bridge] is this possible?

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Sun, 20 Feb 2000 12:33:54 -0500first my setup: I have a Thinkpad 760ed on a SelectaDock I with two PCMCIA ethernet cards, aNewMedia LiveWire 100Mb and a IBM Credit Card Adapter Ethernet II 10Mb. It alsohas a NE2K 10Mb PCI adapter installed in the dock.I would like to bridge between 10Mb and 100Mb. I would also like to use IPMASQfrom the bridge to the other 10Mb which will be connected to a cable modem. Ineed to have DHCP assign IPs to the systems on the bridged network. I also needto be able to telnet into the bridge since its display is bad. can this be done?

[Bridge] 20000210

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Fri, 11 Feb 2000 10:21:51 +0100 (CET)Hello there,20000210 is out. Most notable change is that it’s maybe SMP safe now, butI can’t check, as I don’t have an SMP box (yet?). So if anyone would liketo give this a beating on an SMP box, feel free to. SMP is certainlysomething we need to support before I can submit this for inclusion (andfor 2.3 with softnet, even more so).greetings,Lennert