Internet with Raspberry Pi and Crossover Cable?
bugsysiegals last edited by
I've the Duet Maestro which I've move to another room temporarily and have to borrow the VOIP ethernet cable to connect; however, I have a Pi in the same room which runs off WiFi. I'm wondering if it's possible to use a crossover cable between the Pi and Duet and allow it to access the internet so I don't have to borrow the cable?
That should work if you can configure the Pi to work as a bridge or a router.
@bugsysiegals this should help.
Cata last edited by
Can this be a problem? From the link
""This method works by creating a DHCP server on the Pi's ethernet connection and internally it 'shares' the internet access between eth0 and wlan0. A device connected to the Pi's ethernet will get an IP address from the Pi, not the WiFi, but will still have internet access. ""
Veti last edited by
install openwrt on it an follow this guide
Maut last edited by
Yes, you can use the Pi as a router. I'm using something similar on my Duet Maestro and Pi: