Bridging 2 LANs [Solved]

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  • #43539

    Lightyear
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    Greetings. I’m currently using ZS 2.0 RC1, and my setup is as follows:


    ETH00 ETH02
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    /
    ZeroShell
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    /
    ADSL 3G

    ADSL and 3G work in failover mode; ADSL is usually active and 3G spare.
    ETH00 is configured as 10.1.1.254/24; ETH02 as 10.2.2.254/24
    I want to bridge ETH00 and ETH02, to use only BRIDGE00 as 10.1.1.254/24.
    However, when I try to add ETH00 to the bridge (via console) the web interface dissapears (as one would expect) but doesn’t return.
    ZeroShell appears to work as usual: both ssh access to ZeroShell and http internet access are unchanged, and I can access from LAN1 (ETH00) the web interface of a Linksys router in LAN2 (ETH02) as always.
    The only thing that doesn’t work is ZeroShell web interface.

    Any idea is welcome.

    #52597

    Lightyear
    Member

    Restarting did the trick. When Zeroshell came back, all was fine.

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