[Olsr-dev] BUG report IPv6 interface change not detected
Tue Apr 20 11:03:20 CEST 2010
The configuration of the IPv6 addresses have changed between 0.5.6-r8 and the current stable (which will become 0.6.0). Please see into the "full" config file in the current stable for the updated documentation.
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: (spam-protected)
> [mailto:(spam-protected)] Im Auftrag von
> Gioacchino Mazzurco
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 20. April 2010 10:59
> An: (spam-protected)
> Betreff: Re: [Olsr-dev] BUG report IPv6 interface change not detected
> hey all
> tonight i found that documentation is broken!
> ip6type site-locale/global ( sorry i am on windows at
> university now i cant write the exact property name ) is not
> implemented and the configuration parser tell that is a
> sybtax error while it is documented on man in r8
> the solution is to use
> ip6source interface_ip6_to use ( sorry i am on windows at
> university now i cant write the exact property name ) that is
> undocumented but implemented after some test it seems to
> work, i'll be more sure after a lot of testing
> ip6source is also more useful because permit to use a
> specified address also if you have more address of the same
> type, at moment it seems to work but i can't tell it for sure
> because i have done only some test tonight, and because the
> randomly selecting of address without this option...
> another thing to test is if we can use multiple ip6source,
> someone ( not me :P ) could need to use olsr on more than one
> ipaddress of the interface
> 2010/4/20 Rogge Henning <(spam-protected)>
> I will try to look at the problem tomorrow evening.
> > -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> > Von: (spam-protected)
> > [mailto:(spam-protected)] Im Auftrag von
> > ZioPRoTo (Saverio Proto)
> > Gesendet: Dienstag, 20. April 2010 10:21
> > An: (spam-protected)
> > Cc: (spam-protected)
> > Betreff: Re: [Olsr-dev] BUG report IPv6 interface
> change not detected
> > > I can reproduce this bug...
> > >
> > > please fix it
> > Well, I told Gioacchino to post here, but he has been
> a little "short"
> > in his description :)
> > He also noticed that if you have two IPv6 addresses
> > configured on the same interface, OLSR picks at random one of
> > the two addresses and there is no way to specify which one
> > you want to use as the main address.
> > The point is that it happens I have Ninux people pointing to
> > me OLSR bugs or feature requests. Most of the time is
> > configuration issues, I solve my self, but now Giocchino is
> > working a lot on IPv6 setups and seems he found real bugs.
> > Are we using a bug tracker with tickets or we rely only on
> > the mailing list for bugs ?
> > We should think about that, otherwise Gioacchino is going to
> > look for you devs at the BattleMesh with his laptop in his
> > hands asking for his bugs fixed desperately, and that is
> > going to be very funny ahahah :) I can't wait for the
> BattleMesh :))))
> > Saverio
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