Ok so I changed it and put the client and eth1 of the linux
bridge/router on a different subnet than the rest. Same results.
Kevin - email@example.com
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> You are setting 255.255.255.0 netmasks so the machines are expecting
> to find .1 .2 .3 machines on the local ethernet interfaces. I don't
> know why you are doing it like that, but what would fix your problem
> is getting the Linux router machine to do a proxy-arp. You can turn this
> on by echo'ing the apporiate incantation to proc.
> Documentation/proc.txt in your linux source directory should give you
> the details.
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