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#1 2019-08-31 17:19:51

eponymous
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Proxy Arp Instructions for Arch

I found these proxy arp instructions for Debian via Server Fault. Thus far, they seem to be working very well for my use case: putting a printer/scanner with only an ethernet port onto my home network via a wifi USB dongle in the Raspberry Pi serving as the "bridge."

I'd prefer to implement all of this in Arch instead of Debian. The AUR includes the parprouted package. Can anyone provide a pointer to how I setup something equivalent to what these instructions do with /etc/network/interfaces and what the Arch equivalent to DHCP-helper is?

Thanks

Links corrected, I think

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#2 2019-08-31 18:01:49

loqs
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Re: Proxy Arp Instructions for Arch

From the link you posted are you following https://wiki.debian.org/BridgeNetworkCo … nsProxyArp ?
You could package http://www.thekelleys.org.uk/dhcp-helper/ if you prefer dhcp-helper to dhcrelay provided by the dhcp package.
Please note the links you provided mangled the forums address with the targets address.

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#3 2019-08-31 18:32:40

eponymous
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Re: Proxy Arp Instructions for Arch

Thanks! I think I've corrected the links now. I'll look into dhcrelay. Do you have any suggestion for implementing the equivalent of /etc/network/interfaces functionality?

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