I have a netbook that I want to set up as a bridge (that's the only thing I want it to do, I don't use it for anything else anymore). I want to bridge wlan0 to eth0 (see picture below)
Ethernet Cable: ===>
Wireless: ) ) )
internet ===> modem ===> router ) ) ) netbook ===> switch ===> LAN
Right now I have Lubuntu 12.04 installed on my netbook with the wlan0 connection set to Shared so that my LAN has internet access through the wireless connection (which is what I want). The problem however is that Ubuntu does this by making its own network (with a different DHCP) so that the IP address of my netbook is in the 10.0.1.1 (from wlan0) range but any computer on my LAN gets an IP address in the 10.42.0.1 (from eth0) range.
So my question is:
Is there an OS that I can install on my netbook that can easily set up a bridge?
I tried Untangle but it doesn't currently support bridging a wireless connection to a wired connection.