"Bridge Connection" or "Network Bridges"...

"Bridge Connection" or "Network Bridges"...

Post by Utopi » Mon, 23 Feb 2004 04:17:59


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Somebody knows some Software or some way to make a "Bridge Connection" or "Network Bridges" between two Network Adapters (in same computer) in Windows 98SE?

Thanks!!!!!!!
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"Bridge Connection" or "Network Bridges"...

Post by Gerry Vora » Tue, 24 Feb 2004 04:47:19

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Use the ROUTE command.

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"Bridge Connection" or "Network Bridges"...

Post by Utopi » Tue, 24 Feb 2004 06:39:21

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"Bridge Connection" or "Network Bridges"...

Post by Bill Gran » Tue, 24 Feb 2004 11:13:40


A bit more info on what you want to do would help.

I don't know of any software that will allow bridging in W9x. Bridging
was not supported in W9x/NT/W2k . It was first added in XP. But IP routing
is supported.



Use the ROUTE command.


Hello!!

Somebody knows some Software or some way to make a "Bridge Connection" or
"Network Bridges" between two Network Adapters (in same computer) in Windows
98SE?

Thanks!!!!!!!