On Fri, 7 Nov 2003, Delpy wrote:
> Why isn't sis2 used?
But you *can* use sis2. You can assign sis0..sis2 (and/or wi0 if you have
one) to any of WAN, LAN or optional interfaces using the console. Then,
use the webgui to configure the firewall. In the webgui you can also give
names to the optional interfaces (often "DMZ" for the first one).
> When bridging is enabled, which interfaces participate in the bridge?
You do not "enable bridging" but you configure a network interface as
bridged with another interface. Those two are then bridged.
You can also enable filtering for bridged interfaces.