I have been trying to use my Raspberry Pi as a wifi-to-ethernet bridge using various different methods i.e. bridge utils and using the script here http://hackhappy.org/uncategorized/how- ... rk-bridge/ but none of these seem to be working. My network details (as seen from my PC) is:
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
IP address: 192.168.2.18 (my Pi always gets this address, even without using static IP)
What settings should I use on the above script to make it work (I think the problem is in the isc-dhcp-server which isn't allocating my PC (eth0) an IP address? And does anyone know of any other methods of doing this (bridge-utils doesn't work at all for me). Oh, and does it matter if I assign the static ip for eth0 as 192.168.0.xx or 192.168.1.xx (since my wifi is 192.168.2.xx)?
Thanks in advance,