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08-Aug-2012, 12:02 AM #1
Bridging an Internet Connection from a Win to a Linux
I'm having issues bridging a connection between my Windows 7 computer to my Linux computer. I use the Linux computer for a little storage space for some critical files. Nothing major. Nevertheless, now for some reason I can't bridge the wireless connection to the Linux computer now for some reason. The only changes I've made to my computer was a restore to a few hours prior (the bridge may or may not have worked at this time), and I updated my wireless card. I use a static IP on both of them as well. Any thoughts?

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