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what are they and what are the benefits?cuz i think i can bridge 2 wireless cards and what will happen?
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BRIDGING THE CONNECTION PUTS ALL CONNECTIONS TOGETHER INTO ONE LINK FROM WHATI KNOW...There is no real great advantae from what i know.
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Originally Posted by vtech1
what are they and what are the benefits?cuz i think i can bridge 2 wireless cards and what will happen?
I used network bridging for a VPN I setup. It's used to enable two different networks to see eachother. It's a pain to get right sometimes, but when it works, it works great. Bridging two wireless cards wont do you any good. Unless you want to combine two different wireless netowrks, but i don't know of any software that will allow you to manage that. Give it a try and let us know!
    
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it worked but i lost my net
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