Bridge ethernet cards eno1 & eno2 to br0

  • Hi,


    I'm new to Debian/OMV (coming from Fedora/RedHat) and I face a problem. I can't figure out how to bridge 2 Ethernet cards. Since this can't be done in GUI, I tried many ways to do it using CLI, but none is working.


    The purpose of it is to connect a music DAC to the second network port of my motherboard so the music is streamed directly from OMV to the DAC without using a switch. This setup is OK with Fedora 30.


    Is there a step-by-step tutorial to explain how to bridge cards (layer 2) on OMV.


    My last attempt was to create files in /etc/systemd/network/ but it doesn't operate at all. eno1 and eno2 are up, but not br0


    thank,
    Manu

  • Is there a step-by-step tutorial to explain how to bridge cards (layer 2) on OMV.

    OMV is Debian. So, this tutorial should help - https://wiki.debian.org/BridgeNetworkConnections

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  • I already check it without success

    Strange, you didn't mention changing /etc/network/interfaces which is how that wiki tells you to fix the problem. I don't see how that would not work. If you did, what did your interfaces file look like?

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  • I also tried to change /etc/network/interfaces, but there is not many examples available about this.


    I finally solve the problem by adding files to /etc/systemd/network as explain here :
    https://wiki.debian.org/SystemdNetworkd


    So I add "br0.netdev"



    Than added "br0.network"


    Then Modify "Openmediavault-eno1.network" like this :


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