Log into your router, using the LuCi frontend by click advanced configuration panel link



go to the Network/Interfaces tab: There you should see your LAN device. Edit it to have an appropriate IP address from your local subnet. Most often your network will be Lets put in a static IP address, so we can find our router in case something goes wrong. Also make sure to set the netmask (in this case, gateway and DNS server (both probably should point to your router, make sure Disable DHCP for this interface as well.


 Now go to the Physical Settings tab. Here, it's important to check "Bridge interfaces" and to select both the ethernet adapter, and the wireless network. One of  devices will say "wan", the other one will say "lan". Last click save & apply 


Set bridge mode between 2 AP(Router,Yun):

wlan0 (WIFI) and eth1 (ethernet) bridge together as br-lan 

br-lan (wlan0,eth1 )

static ip: 

backup system wide setting:

uci export > /root/bridge.conf

whenever you need restore it:

uci import </root/bridge.conf



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