Hi guys, I have this configuration: LAN -- LINUX BRIDGE -- LINUX BRIDGE -- TS The linux's bridges are for wifi purposes (2 centos machines) and is working fine. The problem I have is that the TS are 3 windows TS in load balancing configuration. There is 1 IP for general purposes and every TS has its own IP. For example, the configuration is: 192.168.0.1/24 TS1 192.168.0.2/24 TS2 192.168.0.3/24 TS3 192.168.0.10/24 (TS server IP for load balancing) The problem I encountered is that every PC into the LAN has access from the LAN to every TS (tested with ping), but them have no access to the IP for load balancing. I observed that all TSn IP's has their ARP entry in the ARP table, but the IP for load balancing not. How can I solve this problem at the bridge level? I think that there is something that the bridges are filtering and perhaps is because the TS load balancing software uses various "virtual macs" for the load balancing IP. Perhaps I must change any /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/<dev>/ file to bypass this filter, I'm thinking in "arp_ignore", put a "1" into it, but is a production environment and I don't want to loss the access to the devices. Any help?