Wed Dec 27 22:44:55 CET 2006
Without having read the draft, I belive OLSRv2 is still based on
the concept of MPRs. Real life experience has shown that this
concept is not a very successfully one. As olsrd has moved along
from a more or less theoretical test implementation to a real-life
experiment it has become something very different from RFC3626.
So even though OLSRv2 is definetly something to have an eye on,
I do not believe it will be implemented as part of olsrd. Read more
about the real-life experiments and the extensions needed for
olsrd to work properly in real-life meshes at:
My guess is that B.A.T.M.A.N. will have taken over for olsrd by
the time OLSRv2 reaches RFC :-)
Anyway, that is my $0.02...
Zeus Gómez Marmolejo wrote:
> Although it's still an IETF draft -not an RFC-, OLSR version 2 is
> already submitted. Should it be considered to be included in olsrd?!
> It has some major improvements about the network-wide broadcast of
> link-state information and mantaining partial link-state information
> on each node.
> I think you should have an eye on the draft:
> What do you think about??
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