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+ - SPAM: Transparent Bridge With Mikrotik

Submitted by codeampun
codeampun (2841795) writes "Network Bridging explains the procedure grabbed from network devices to allow two or more connection networks, and two or more networks types which linking the networks to create an amalgamated network. Here will be explained how to set Transparent Bridge with Mikrotik version 2.96, and before start you should have Mikrotik installed on your PC.

First login to your Mikrotik box, and on New Terminal type:
[Admin @ MikroTik]> interface bridge add name=bridge1 disabled=no arp=enabled"

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