[Olsr-dev] LinkQualityMult?

Henning Rogge (spam-protected)
Mon Jun 29 12:21:21 CEST 2009

Am Mon June 29 2009 11:56:31 schrieb Daniel Nitzpon:
> Henning Rogge schrieb:
> > The LQ is a value between 0 and 1, so you cannot use a multiplier outside
> > the interval [0:1] to prevent a range overflow. LQ values between 0 and
> > 0.1 are considered "lost", so the minimum useful LQ should be 0.2.
> BTW: Multipliers > 1.0 are often wished for here in ff Leipzig, as they
> can be quite useful in real world scenarios. Do you think it might be
> possible to allow them (and limit the outcome to max. 1.0 of course)?

Just set a "default" multiplier to 0.8 and the multiplier for the specific 
link to 1.0.

The nex generation of olsrd will have more than 256 values for measuring the 
"link cost", so this problem should vanish in the next version.


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