It seems like the last issue with client bridge mode is resolved, now everything on the network can be reached from both sides of the fonera bridge and also the foner itself can be reached!
Now both the PC client and the Fonera itself has the same MAC address on the network, that is the WLAN MAC address,however it works...:)
The questions still remain though, what happens when connecting lets say a switch with a second ocr third device to the fonera bridge, will they all work and will they all share the Fonera WLAN MAC address? :o
Maybe this is a hidden part of Brainslayers new reworked Bridge code...
Have you tried with a second/third device ? If they all get same mac address I guess it will not work or at least only one device at a time can use the bridge which is more or less a 'crippled bridge'...
Tryied it now, but not with a switch on the ethernet, I only connected one client PC to the ethernet and one laptop to the VAP on the same fonera client bridge. Both get IP by WRT DHCP, and I can ping the PC, the laptop and the foner bridge at the same time!
Client bridge mode not working here, i think it's because i have STP Activated. But i'm unable to disable it !
Wan is disabled, DHCP Forwarding from 192.168.1.1 server. FON 192.168.1.100/255.255.255.0. Wireless mode "client bridge".
I can ping adsl router (192.168.1.1) and pc connected via lan to fon, from fonera's ssh.
My pc is using static ip, i don't get ip from router as spected. And i can't access internet.
Tried to disable STP both from wifi and lan, but when i check disabled and save, i get a 404 error, and have to wait a couple of minutes to open web gui again. Of course after that, STP is still enabled