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Old 24th July 2015
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You'd have to look through owners manuals or contact the vendors for guidance. But my guess is the answer is likely to be "no."

The Belkin specification you cited: RFC 1483, is for bridging IP traffic over ATM networks. I would guess that the D-Link's transparent bridge is for the same purpose. ATM is commonly used with ADSL networks under 622 Mb/s, according to Wikipedia. The bridging referred to here would be between an ISP's ATM-based DSL and a customer's Ethernet, and not used between two types of Ethernet.
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