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Transparently Bridge two Networks

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Transparently Bridge two Networks

From MikroTik Wiki

Remote networks can be easily bridged using WDS feature of MikroTik RouterOS™. We will show it for the case when the networks are connected through Atheros wireless interface. Using EoIP, the can be extended to any other type of interfaces, like PPTP and CISCO/Aironet. WDS works only on Prism and Atheros based cards.

Let us assume the following network setup:




Image:Bridge.jpg

Follow the steps below to create transparent bridge using WDS:

1. Create a bridge interface on AP and add ether1 interface to the bridge in WinBox

Image:Transparently_Bridge_1.jpg

Image:Transparently_Bridge_2.jpg

or in console

[admin@AP]> interface bridge add name=wds-bridge
[admin@AP]> interface bridge port add interface=ether1 bridge=wds-bridge

Do the same on the Station, and add ether1, wlan1 interfaces to the bridge in Winbox

Image:Transparently_Bridge_3.jpg

or in console

[admin@Station]> interface bridge add name=wds-bridge
[admin@Station]> interface bridge port add ether1 bridge=wds-bridge
[admin@Station]> interface bridge port add wlan1 bridge=wds-bridge

2. Make sure you have communication between MikroTik routers, i.e., one router is configured as server (AP), the other one as client (station). Configure wireless interface wlan1 on AP in WinBox

Image:Transparently_Bridge_4.jpg

or in conslole

[admin@AP]> interface wireless set wlan1 ssid=MikroTik frequency=5805
mode=bridge disabled=no

Do the same configuration on Client wireless interface (wlan1) in Winbox

Image:Transparently_Bridge_6.jpg



or in console

[admin@Station] interface wireless> set wlan1 mode=station-wds
ssid=MikroTik disabled=no

3. Create wds interface on AP and add the interface to the bridge in WinBox

Image:Transparently_Bridge_5.jpg

or in console

[admin@AP] interface wireless> set wlan1 wds-mode=dynamic
wds-default-bridge=wds-bridge

4. Check whether the WDS link is established in WinBox

Image:Transparently_Bridge_7.jpg

or in console

[admin@AP] interface wireless wds> print
Flags: X - disabled, R - running, D - dynamic
RD name='wds1' mtu=1500 mac-address=00:0B:6B:30:B4:A4 arp=enabled
disable-running-check=yes master-interface=wlan1
wds-address=00:0B:6B:35:E5:5C

4. Add IP address on AP in WinBox

Image:Transparently_Bridge_8.jpg

or in console

[admin@AP]> ip address add address=10.1.0.215/24 interface=wds-bridge

And on Station:

[admin@Station]> ip address add address=10.1.0.216/24 interface=wds-bridge

5. Test the bridge by pinging from 10.0.0.215 to 10.0.0.216. Note, that the bridge needs 1030s to learn addresses and start passing through traffic.






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