Bridging 2 networks via bonded VPN

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    btklister
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    What is the correct way to bridge two networks connected via bonded VPNs?

    In server side i bridged BOND interface with ETH00 interface, in client side i bridge the ETH00 with BOND too, but doesn’t work.

    If in the client side í bridge BOND with ETH01, i can get IP via DHCP,present in server side, and ping several host in both networks and public IPs. However, when i try to open websites or open zeroshell web interface via the bridge nothing happens.

    Anyone can help me? Tanks.

    #52540

    btklister
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    Problem solved,

    Apparently it was a MTU problem, seting –mssfix 1400 in the VPNs solve it

    #52541

    m_elias
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    Does this fix only help when both ends are bridged or even if only one end of the bond is bridged?

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