[olsr-dev] OLSRD Basic Multicast Plugin
Mon May 15 16:00:03 CEST 2006
I found the plugin in Sourceforge.
You might want to update the link as followed by the 'CVS repository' button
at the left side of the www.olsr.org web page. It seems to refer to an old
(?) CVS structure at Sourceforge
(http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/olsrd/olsrd-current/lib/). The new
CVS structure I found at
http://olsrd.cvs.sourceforge.net/olsrd/olsrd-current/lib/ , which is found
by following the 'sf projectpage' button.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Andreas Tønnesen" <(spam-protected)>
To: "OLSR development" <(spam-protected)>
Sent: Monday, May 15, 2006 8:16 AM
Subject: Re: [olsr-dev] OLSRD Basic Multicast Plugin
> This plugin is now part of main olsrd and lives under lib/bmf.
> sourceforge has had some cvs problems as of lately so if anybody
> experiences problems updating/checking out/building please let us know.
> And thanks for sharing this cool plugin Erik!
> - Andreas
> > Hello All,
> > I am proud to present you a basic multicast forwarding plugin
> > for OLSR: BMF. BMF was developed at Thales Communication,
> > Huizen, Netherlands.
> > The Basic Multicast Forwarding Plugin floods IP-multicast and
> > IP-local-broadcast traffic over an OLSRD network. It uses the
> > Multi-Point Relays (MPRs) as identified by the OLSR protocol
> > to optimize the flooding of multicast and local broadcast packets
> > to all the nodes in the network. To prevent broadcast storms, a
> > history of packets is kept; only packets that have not been seen
> > in the past 3-6 seconds are forwarded.
> > To build and use the plugin you need at least OLSRD version 0.4.10.
> > You may get a copy of the source code on:
> > http://home.tiscali.nl/~levab001/olsr-bmf.tar.gz
> > In due time I will have a sourceforge.net project in which I will
> > do maintenance of the code.
> > Here is how to install it:
> > Download the above olsr-bmf.tar.gz file into your OLSRD base install
> > directory.
> > Change directory (cd) to your OLSRD base install directory.
> > At the command prompt, type:
> > tar -zxvf ./olsr-bmf.tar.gz
> > then type:
> > make build_all
> > followed by:
> > make install_all
> > Next, read the readme file:
> > more ./lib/bmf/README_BMF.txt
> > Have fun with it!
> > Erik Tromp
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