# How can I create a bridge connection with CLI on the Windows 10?

I'm trying to create a bridge connection between two tap devices on the Windows 10.

I tried some traditional ways such as bridge util, but it did not work with Windows 10.(As I know, some *.inf files used by bridge util do not exist anymore on Windows 10)

I also tried devcon to do that, and bridge device was created, but there are no ways to attach some tap devices to this bridge.(Even it does not appear on the GUI of network adapter list. Only PowerShell command can show this.)

I think some PowerShell commands can be my answer, because I found out some PowerShell commands such as New-NetSwitchTeam.(But it is for switch, not bridge.)

Is there any alternative solution for it?