Can someone explain a bridged connection? Tags: Connection Internet Connection Networking Last response: February 28, 2010 7:32 PM in Networking Share scott-bevan February 28, 2010 1:56:30 PM Hi everyone can someone explain a bridged internet connection to me im kinda confused Many thanks More about : explain bridged connection GhislainG February 28, 2010 7:14:00 PM Bridging mode applies to the modem. This should be a good start: http://www.techlineinfo.com/difference-between-pppoe-an... eibgrad February 28, 2010 7:32:37 PM Could be related to something like ICS too. OP really needs to be more specific as to context. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Will someone explain, what the n/s bridges do? Forum SolvedCan someone explain M.2 SSDs to me? Forum SolvedCan Someone Explain The Difference in the Multiple Graphics Cards Series? Forum SolvedCan someone explain what a page file is in reference to games like Watch Dogs, Skyrim, Rage, etc... Forum SolvedCan someone explain how 80+ efficiency in PSU's work? Forum Solvedcan someone please explain what the heck is star citizen? Forum SolvedRouter able to use ethernet over copper connection from bridged netvanta 838 for 6 different public ip LAN subnets Forum SolvedCan someone explain to me bronze vs silver etc PSUs? Forum SolvedCan someone please explain these connectors to me. Forum SolvedCan someone explain slots to me? Forum SolvedBridged wireless connection Forum Solvedcan someone explain me (Dual Core 8 threads) is it possible? Forum SolvedCould someone explain vcore = 1.75 for i3-4130 Forum Solvedcan someone plz explain quad sli on a mobo with 3 pcie slots!? Forum SolvedCan someone explain me the difference between i5 4670 or i5 4670k Forum SolvedCan someone help explain how drivers work? Forum SolvedCan someone explain dual bios for gpu? Forum Solved[Question] Noticed odd thing about my graphics card. Can someone explain what these are for? Forum SolvedCan someone explain thread sizes to me (watercooling) Forum SolvedCould someone please explain home networking to me? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !