linux bridged NIC on remote machine?

ehndeehnde Member Posts: 1,103
My head is spinning just from the thought of asking this question: How can I get a bridged nic on a linux box running dynamips to show up on my remote GNS3 session as a cloud?

It's easy to do from the linux box if I use GNS3. I cannot figure out how to do it remotely. GNS3 on my windows laptop is used to control the remote dynamips session. I can add routers just fine in GNS3 from the windows machine, but I need that cloud. The cloud is my bridge (br0) using eth0 to get to my real switch and routers.
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