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I want create a network bridge using command line, I have tried "netsh bridge install" but the output says unsupported. After a google, I found this post at here, and also here. They all mentioned the nethelper tool but the URL seem has broken. Some one knows where can get the tool or any other similar tools? Thanks.

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closed as off-topic by DavidPostill, karel, mdpc, Kevin Panko, Nifle Jun 7 '15 at 13:34

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Here is an official "Trial" version download link of Nethelper, Click " Download your free evaluation copy"

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Try program in It has a bridge mode Option. You have to try out it for yourself in a free test period, as I did not use this option yet.

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