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Unless the definition has been "adapted" lately, I learned that a bridge is a transparent connection between two networks. A bridge allows NETBIOS to traverse between toe physical networks where a router does not (as it only allows IP traffic through)
A bridge is a bit different. A bridge connects two physically disparate networks (wireless and wired, or coaxial and twisted pair or even fiber and twisted pair) to the same *logical* network.
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