[Olsr-dev] does the current Debian olsrd.conf work with a mesh?
Fri Jun 29 08:10:14 CEST 2012
Op 29 jun. 2012, om 07:31 heeft Henning Rogge het volgende geschreven:
> On 06/29/2012 03:18 AM, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>> I think that's a good idea in the long run, but I won'y have time to
>> make that happen before the Debian/Wheezy freeze (June 30th).
> Yes, thats a little bit too soon! *G*
> But at least we have a current OLSRd for Debian now. :)
> Maybe we could talk about a beacon-plugin for OLSRd for the OLSRv2 release, one that allows Freifunk networks to broadcast their "how to join" policy and makes it possible to automatically join the network if it has a "free login IPv6 address range"?
IPv6 address autoconfiguration is one of my favorites !
Let's do it right (e.g. some of the concepts of my BRDP idea).
Border routers gets prefixes, and do advertise them. Nodes generate and configure addresses. Forwarding is based on source address, if destination is not within the MANET (no default gateway). Al packets out of the MANET flow via the topological correct address. This solves problems with ingress filters & firewalls.
Search teco & brdp for details.
I have discussions with Ferry how to do some of this with enhancements on current smartgateway, with IPv4. 1st step is having multiple tunnels and route tables, having flows sticked to the path of the first packet. I posted some of the details months ago. More to come within months.
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