[GLLUG] Binding interfaces to eachother

Karl Schuttler rexykik at gmail.com
Thu Jul 3 11:21:41 EDT 2008

I knew the word started with a 'b'.

2008/7/3 Marshal Newrock <marshal at freedombi.com>:
> On Thu, 3 Jul 2008 10:49:46 -0400
> "Karl Schuttler" <rexykik at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have a IP phone that requires that i run an extra cable to my
>> switch. I remember at Penguincon we were trying to use some
>> application to bind the wireless interface on a laptop to its ethernet
>> port so we could feed the network from the wireless; does anyone
>> remember the name of that application? (for some reason i feel that it
>> has 'fire' in the name). My motherboard has two ethernet
>> interfaces...does it seem likely that i could just bind the second,
>> unused one, to my first one so that I don't have to have a second
>> ethernet cable running across my room and instead just plug the ip
>> phone into my second interface?
> I'm guessing the application was probably something like firestarter,
> which is a firewall configuration program.  It sounds like what you're
> trying to do is to bridge the two interfaces.
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