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I have a situation which requires routing the connection from wlan0 to eth0 over the same network. The reason behind this, is that I would want to be able to connect to a device connected to the RPi over eth0, but through wlan0, so the RPi acts as a connection bridge to the eth0 device. However, I only have a private Wifi network available and only have access to static IP range from
I found few articles which guides through similar processes (e.g. http://rbnrpi.wordpress.com/project-list/wifi-to-ethernet-adapter-for-an-ethernet-ready-tv/), but as I said, I don't have such access which would allow me to create different networks etc... Also, I'm very inexperienced with such things, so won't be able to modify the guide to my needs.
My goal is to come out with an IP address for the eth0 device which I can connect two, if I'm connected to the same network as the wlan0. Would that be feasible at all?