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howtos:network_services:ethernet_bridging_with_openvpn [2018/03/13 00:45 (UTC)]
bifferos [Consolidation]
howtos:network_services:ethernet_bridging_with_openvpn [2018/03/13 00:56 (UTC)] (current)
bifferos [Bridging setup]
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 IPADDR[0]=""​ IPADDR[0]=""​
 NETMASK[0]=""​ NETMASK[0]=""​
-USE_DHCP[0]=yes"​+USE_DHCP[0]="yes"
 ... ...
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-Note we assign an address to the bridge, not eth1!  Now we just need to run a dnsmasq instance on this br0 interface, to serve requests up to the VPN.  Much like the '​Private Server'​ config, /​etc/​dnsmasq.conf should look like this:+<​note>​we assign an address to the bridge, not eth1!</​note>​ 
 +Now we just need to run a dnsmasq instance on this br0 interface, to serve requests up to the VPN.  Much like the '​Private Server'​ config, /​etc/​dnsmasq.conf should look like this:
  
 <​code>​ <​code>​
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-At this point, rebooting the '​Private Client'​ should now get an IP address from the consolidated server, and that's really it.  However, I also changed the **old** '​Private Server'​ to dhcp to confirm it could also get an IP address from 'Private ​Server'​+At this point, rebooting the '​Private Client'​ should now get an IP address from the consolidated server, and that's really it.  However, I also changed the **old** '​Private Server'​ to dhcp to confirm it could also get an IP address from '​Server ​Gateway'
  
  

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