how to bridge two mikrotik

i have mikrotik with internet and with hotspot i`m sharing internet with others. now i make another station mikrotik and i make bridge between them. i have ping in either ways but i don`t have internet on my new mikrotik

can somebody help me

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On Sun, 10 Jun 2007 17:59:12 -0400, peci wrote in :

Only if you tell us what a "mikrotik" is. ;)

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John Navas

Maybe smaller than a regular tik, but bigger than a nano-tik? :)

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Peter Pan

On Wed, 13 Jun 2007 19:18:14 -0400, "Peter Pan" wrote in :

Cute! LOL

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John Navas

John Navas hath wroth:


Good stuff made in Riga, Latvia. Now, all we have to do is guess which product, version, firmware, RouterOS version, application, topology, configuration, IP layout, etc.

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Jeff Liebermann

The last time I worked with it(over a year ago), Mikrotik RouterOS didn't support pure bridging on the client/station side, but only on the AP. It wasn't capable of doing the MAC-NAT hack that dedicated

802.11 client-bridge or "gaming adapter" devices commonly use, although creating such a configuration at the command line didn't cause any errors, and pings would get through in at least one direction.

I ended up setting up a routed subnet for one client site, and using a non-Mikrotik, dedicated bridge product (Senao CB3) for two others.

Enabling WDS might work as a partial solution, but consider the performance and security implications before turning it on.

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