v0.8, July 2005
Setting up an ethernet bridge gives us the chance to integrate a surveying and/or regulating instance transparently into an existing network. This setup requires no changes to the logical network topology. It is accomplished by plugging the ethernet bridge in the physical network topology between the network itself and the routing instance (that piece of hardware connected to the Internet).
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German version, then!
And as of march 2003 there is a french version available with courtesy of François Romieu and Guillaume Lelarge:
Today, some day in july 2005, I stumbled across an italian version of this HOWTO! Unfortunately there's no translator's note in the document, courtesy is unbeknownst so far:
Unfortunately, the linux documentation project does not
respond actively to update requests. This results in an outdated
version of the on www.tldp.org site. Use this site instead, if you
want to stick with the most actual version of the HOWTO.
Blame the tldp people.
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