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bridge in v3 not working like before

Fri Jan 25, 2008 11:09 pm

Hi,
i have 2 RBs, in both RBs here is what i did
created bridge1, then added eth1 & wlan1 to the bridge ports, on previous versions, i was able to ping the IP of the other RB from winbos, after upgrading to version 3, i get request time out.
has anything changed in version 3 in regard of bridging ports?

thanks.
 
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Re: bridge in v3 not working like before

Fri Jan 25, 2008 11:43 pm

How are you connected? we need more detail on what is going on, yes in v3 They did change bridge up a little bit, it is no longer forwarding it is designated port. If you are trying to ping wlan1 i would suggest hooking up a connection to wlan1 with say your laptop or whatever. Use wlan1 then ping it... not sure if this was what you were asking because of none detail.. -Jordan
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Re: bridge in v3 not working like before

Sat Jan 26, 2008 3:31 am

Hi,
i have 2 RBs, in both RBs here is what i did
created bridge1, then added eth1 & wlan1 to the bridge ports, on previous versions, i was able to ping the IP of the other RB from winbos, after upgrading to version 3, i get request time out.
has anything changed in version 3 in regard of bridging ports?

thanks.
Choose STP protocol when creating bridge.
 
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Re: bridge in v3 not working like before

Sat Jan 26, 2008 6:20 pm

or RSTP

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