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Howto migrate from networking to systemd-networkd with dynamic failover

Systemd's systemd-networkd can be used to replace the existing networking system on Raspbian. How does it work with Raspbian on a Raspberry Pi with two interfaces for ethernet and wlan? Can I also ...
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Raspberry Pi WiFi to Ethernet Bridge for a server?

I wanted to create a Wifi to Ethernet Bridge on my Raspberry Pi, similar to this one. The problem is: I want to conntect a Network Harddrive (WD MyCloud) to the ethernet side. The Harddrive seems to ...
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Using the Pi as wifi/ethernet Bridge and extend LAN?

I'm curious whether it is possible to use the Pi in the following configuration: ╔══════════╗ ╔══════════╗ ║ internet ║ ║ device 1 ║ ╚═════╤════╝ ╚═════╤════╝ │ ...
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Share Ethernet printer on Wi-Fi

I have an old printer with only Ethernet and USB, no Wi-Fi connection. I therefore want to know if I can use my Raspberry Pi 3 B+ for that purpose, so that the printer is shown up as a network printer....
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Can a Raspberry Pi Zero W be turned into an USB WiFi dongle to any USB Host like x86 PC or mini-PC?

In a project, I want to use Raspberry Pi Zero W as an USB wifi dongle to my USB Host(PC). Currently only station mode needed, but I would like it has AP mode either, just like a real Wifi Dongle. Is ...
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Bridge wlan0 and eth0 in layer 2

I want to use my Raspberry Pi as a bridge between eth0 and wlan0. My goal is to wire connect the Pi to my home router and to cast Wi-Fi with it, eventually getting access to the internet by this Wi-Fi ...
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Make ifplugd available again since Raspbian Wheezy without using ifupdown

On networking I often need to know when a connection is complete established with an ip address or if it gets down. In the past this was done with the classic daemon ifplugd. The Debian package for it ...
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“Bridge” Raspberry Pi wlan0 to eth0

I would like to have the following setup. Please note that I'm a beginner therefore "Bridge" is in quotes. WiFi LAN 192.168.1.0/24 <~.~.~.~> (wlan0) RPi ...
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Problem: Tor Router with a Wifi to Ethernet Bridge

I configured my Raspberry Pi 3 Model B to route all traffic from wlan0 to eth0. This works for me and I can connect my RPI to a Wifi-Network, connect my computer with the RPI through ethernet and I ...
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Share Wifi Over Ethernet on the Same Subnet

There are a great many tutorials to do this that require setting up my Pi as a DHCP server. This puts downstream devices on a new subnet. Use case: I want my Pi, which is connected via my WiFi, to ...
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Raspberry pi Proxy ARP wifi bridge + extra ethernet adapter

Going through this thread: proxy ARP WiFi bridge Raspberry Ingo´s solution is working fine for me but I´m looking for an extra... With this WiFi bridge I want to use an add USB-Ethernet adapter (...
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Connect Philips Hue Bridge 2 via Raspi to Wifi

Is there a possibility to connect my Philips Hue Bridge to a wifi network through my Raspberry Pi 3 B+ with Raspbian Stretch Lite? Background I live in an apartment compound with a separate wifi ...
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Raspberry Pi Zero W access point sharing LAN thorough ethernet gadget

I've recently wanted to do a project with the Raspberry Pi Zero. Basically, I want to set up the Pi as an ethernet gadget for computers to be able to play games over WLAN. The computers have no wifi ...
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proxy arp / briding wlan0 and uap0

I try to setup a raspberry zero as repeater. First i used that guide : https://kaiuwe.hüber.de/raspberry-pi-wifi-repeater-ohne-adapter/ But it's not a real repeater , but setting up a secondary wlan ...
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How to bridge wlan0 to eth0 without a static ip?

I'm having internet issues in my dorm and I can solve them by bridging the dorm's WiFi (wlan0) to ethernet (eth0). I've read a lot of tutorials online, but most of them are outdated or not applicable ...

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