[Olsr-dev] BUGs found in MPR selection algorithm and Default message Forwarding Algorithm

Henning Rogge (spam-protected)
Tue Mar 24 22:38:11 CET 2009

On Dienstag 24 März 2009 22:10:22 Hannes Gredler wrote:
> hi andres,
> IMO a link-state protocol without any form of reliable transport
> underneath - in combination with doing fancy flooding optimization
> is a really bad idea.
> in a lossy environment that extra, some say "sub-optimal" flooding
> may be the "safety belt" that you need to get to a decent probability
> to get your message across.
This depends (of course) how much airtime you have. With 802.11b or bluetooth 
(or something like this) optimization can reduce the number of collisions.

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