[Olsr-dev] OLSR .Net Framework

Daniel Rodríguez Pagés (spam-protected)
Fri Aug 28 11:52:55 CEST 2009

Routewin.dll is included within lib folder however such code will be
uploaded in future versions. It is about device routing table management and
It’s done in C++ and therefore we didn’t merge that in the same sourceforge


De: (spam-protected) [mailto:(spam-protected)]
En nombre de L. Aaron Kaplan
Enviado el: viernes, 28 de agosto de 2009 11:37
Para: Daniel Rodríguez Pagés
CC: (spam-protected)
Asunto: Re: [Olsr-dev] OLSR .Net Framework


My first impression is that all the .CS files simply call functionalities in
the routewin.dll . But I dont see any source code of routewin.dll.





On Aug 28, 2009, at 11:27 AM, Daniel Rodríguez Pagés wrote:

Dear all,


>From APIF Moviquity S.A. (Spanish SME) we would like to announce results
obtained within a European research line named WORKPAD
(http://www.workpad-project.eu <http://www.workpad-project.eu/> )  and
funded by European Commission within 6th framework programme
(http://cordis.europa.eu/home_en.html)  On the view of the great efforts
within the specification of the OLSR protocol done by the olsr.org group, we
have carried out the development of new implementations within .Net
Framework for being run within Windows Mobile devices which we hope could be
useful to spread out the usage of this protocol.


Our development, under open source license, can be found in
http://sourceforge.net/projects/wmolsr/ together with some indications about
usage within Windows based terminals and versioning.


Through those implementations we have been able to route packets within
complex structures mixing PDAs and laptops  using one of the nodes as a link
with a WAN offering Internet connectivity to the Ad-Hoc Networks.
Furthermore we have optimized CPU usage, as far as possible, taking into
account CPU, Wifi and memory restrictions. Of course there is still room for
improvement giving further support on the extensions of the protocol OLSR
but we expect it could be useful as pillars of new developments.


Within APIF Moviquity S.A. we are interested to keep working in the area of
the mobile complex communications at the international level. As far as we
are quite active in European initiatives, we are looking forward new
research lines where we could boost our developments beyond the results
obtained nowadays creating a consortium with new organizations.


For any question, doubt
 don’t hesitate to contact with us,


Kind Regards,


Daniel R.



http://www.moviquity.com <http://www.moviquity.com/> 

Daniel Rodríguez Pagés

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