"Hex" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> bridge, i believe is used to bridge wired and wireless network.
No, most wireless cards can't be bridged.
To share a connection over wireless cards, use NAT.
The reason is that 802.11cards only pretend being ethernet. Actually they aren't.
(Firewire also is not ethernet, but it can do ethernet-like bridging.)
> windows also see my firewire cards as network cards and
> enable bridge settings on them. but since i know that i
> don't need it, i simply turn it off.
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