Stephan Balmer wrote at 2010-02-12 12:05 -0600: > > Again, a list of interfaces: > > eth0: WAN > > eth1, eth2, eth3: ethernet LAN > > wlan0: wireless LAN > > > > I need to limit packets going between WLAN and the ethernet LAN. > > > > Can I have the whole LAN bridged and use iptables to filter what goes from > > wlan0 to ethx (inside the bridge)? > > Yes, that is possible. You need netfilter support for bridging in the kernel. > I'd recommend putting the wlan0 stuff in its own subnet though. Okay. > > Or can I not use a bridge, and make eth1, eth2, eth3, wlan0 all have the same > > IP on the router and then use iptables to control between interfaces? > > No. Maybe. I don't know. Just don't do it if you want to stay sane. Um, okay.
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