I have a Linux box which is connected to internet and serves as an access point/router.
Lately wireless connection has been quite unstable, so I attached an USB dongle to my PC (which is connected via cable; also runs Linux) and used connman tethering feature to create another access point.
However, devices connected to this access point are behind NAT, so other devices on the network can't ‘see’ them.
Now to the actual question: is it possible to bridge the access point to LAN so that it becomes a part of same network?
To make it clearer, I'll provide an example. I have several VirtualBox VMs on my PC, which have a ‘Bridged Adapter’. These VMs actually receive an IP address from the DHCP server running on my internet box and other devices ‘see’ them as ordinary computers on the network.
How do I achieve the same thing with devices connected to a wireless access point on my PC?