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One method of bridging network interfaces
Authored by: eno on Oct 09, '06 02:18:57PM

Doesn't Rob check these hints before publishing them? Or does Mac OS X need a knowledgeable technical editor to filter out the non-hints? As has already been pointed out, there is already a one-click solution built into the Sharing panel of the System Preferences.

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One method of bridging network interfaces
Authored by: gboudrea on Oct 09, '06 04:25:49PM
As mentioned here, simply enabling Internet Sharing doesn't allow machines on the wifi network to access machines on the wired network, only machines on the wired network to connect to machines on wifi. I wanted both.
Internet Sharing is only part of the solution.

- Guillaume

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