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The  command  brctl  show  shows  all current instances of the ethernet bridge.
 
The command brctl addif <brname> <ifname> will make the interface <ifname> a port of the bridge <brname>. This means that all frames received on <ifname> will be processed as if destined for the bridge. Also, when sending frames on <brname>, <ifname> will be considered as a potential output interface.

The command brctl delif <brname> <ifname> will detach the interface <ifname> from the bridge <brname>.

Just adding this for future reference, Mr Protocol posted it in a previous thread with a similar thing. Client mode is easier as you have found out. :)

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The  command  brctl  show  shows  all current instances of the ethernet bridge.
 
The command brctl addif <brname> <ifname> will make the interface <ifname> a port of the bridge <brname>. This means that all frames received on <ifname> will be processed as if destined for the bridge. Also, when sending frames on <brname>, <ifname> will be considered as a potential output interface.

The command brctl delif <brname> <ifname> will detach the interface <ifname> from the bridge <brname>.

Just adding this for future reference, Mr Protocol posted it in a previous thread with a similar thing. Client mode is easier as you have found out. :)

Not needed here due to client mode handles things the way it should.

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