Busybox Brctl Package Not Installed

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The required administration utilities are in the bridge-utils package in. Once a bridge is running the brctl showmacs. That's why the bridge does not. BusyBox is a multi-call binary. A multi-call binary is an executable program that performs the same job as more than one utility program. Now I want to start a dhcp server. How can I use udhcpd to start a dhcp server on more than one. When I try 'brctl add bridge_name' then 'package not installed. Oct 05, 2016 I've rooted my phone and installed busybox. Similar to installing a package of third-party codecs. Blockdev, brctl, bunzip2, bzcat, bzip2.

Unfortunately OpenWRT information on packages can be quite sketchy and opkg doesn't have a facility to search for a file in packages that are not yet installed, which doesn't help. I don't have access to a system running Attitude Adjustment (12.09), but on my routers running Barrier Breaker (14.07), brctl is provided by BusyBox: # opkg search /usr/sbin/brctl busybox - 1.22.1-2 # ls -l /usr/sbin/brctl lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 17 Oct 2 2014 /usr/sbin/brctl ->././bin/busybox I believe it should be the same on Attitude Adjustment but some that a full version of brctl is available in the bridge package. Lost Gorilla Zoe Download. To install: # opkg update # opkg install bridge If you did have a brctl symlink in /usr/sbin, you'd need to remove it before installing though.

I've recently worked to get OpenVPN working on my Android CM7-based phone. This allows me to connect to my personal network from my phone which is great. I'd like to take it a step further by allowing other computers to tether to my phone and then have access to the VPN that my phone is connected to. In other words, after connecting to my VPN from my phone, I want an arbitrary computer to USB or wifi tether to my phone, and then be able to access resources on the VPN. I've found some semi-related posts, including one which describes reverse tethering over USB: I think I know basically what needs to happen: The VPN and USB-tether network interfaces need to be 'bridged' on the phone.

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This would allow the USB-tether network to talk to the VPN network. I'm sure this can be done via command line inputs but I'm not sure how.

Quote: Originally Posted by EasyVictor I've recently worked to get OpenVPN working on my Android CM7-based phone. This allows me to connect to my personal network from my phone which is great. I'd like to take it a step further by allowing other computers to tether to my phone and then have access to the VPN that my phone is connected to.

In other words, after connecting to my VPN from my phone, I want an arbitrary computer to USB or wifi tether to my phone, and then be able to access resources on the VPN. I've found some semi-related posts, including one which describes reverse tethering over USB: I think I know basically what needs to happen: The VPN and USB-tether network interfaces need to be 'bridged' on the phone.

This would allow the USB-tether network to talk to the VPN network. I'm sure this can be done via command line inputs but I'm not sure how. I am pretty much doing this already for months now,, i am using droidvpn(helluva lot easier than managing openvpn to work) then i use another app to tether,,, in my case i use open garden or wifi thether for root users. Works for me.i open droid vpn first once connected i open the tethering app. If youre using usb cable to tether just look for the app that does that.

I think clockwork tether should work. Here is the link. Reverse thethering is a different concept thou,,,your phone will get internet from pc.

Hope it helps. Quote: Originally Posted by zeusseuz i am pretty much doing this already for months now,, i am using droidvpn(helluva lot easier than managing openvpn to work) then i use another app to tether,,, in my case i use open garden or wifi thether for root users. Works for me. Douglas Mcgregor Theory X Theory Y Pdf File there. i open droid vpn first once connected i open the tethering app.

If youre using usb cable to tether just look for the app that does that. I think clockwork tether should work. Here is the link. Reverse thethering is a different concept thou,,,your phone will get internet from pc. Hope it helps. Thanks for the reply. Well, from what I can tell, DroidVPN is a service that lets you VPN into a public server for the purpose of redirecting your traffic and avoiding firewalls, etc.

I'm not trying to redirect my traffic to a public VPN, I'm trying to connect to my own VPN. I have my own VPN server that I'd like to connect to, and then allow tethered computers from my phone access those VPN resources. Even if DroidVPN allows you to connect to your own VPN, I don't want to direct all my traffic to it; only requests for resources on that network. For example, with OpenVPN, if I make a website call to google.com, it goes through the phone's internet connection. But if I access an IP located on my VPN, it goes through the OpenVPN connection. Does DroidVPN allow that?