[Olsr-dev] does the current Debian olsrd.conf work with a mesh?

Teco Boot (spam-protected)
Fri Jun 29 19:06:34 CEST 2012

Your diagrams are almost useless. It is just a nice presentation of near SSIDs, it's channels and signal strengths. Utilization is not displayed.

Echoing others: don't use other channels than 1, 6 and 11. Otherwise, you will have interference with two "neighbor channels", instead of one.

On BSSID: take the SSID, hash, flip same bits and you are fine.
  SSID: olsr.org
  SHA1: 6cece83d9271d5141f20fd563ae1986249acc1c4
  Take last 6 octets: 98.62.49.ac.c1.c4
  Set I/G-bit to 0, local bit to 1 (xxxx xx10):  9a.62.49.ac.c1.c4


Op 29 jun. 2012, om 18:22 heeft Hans-Christoph Steiner het volgende geschreven:

> On Jun 29, 2012, at 11:51 AM, Markus Kittenberger wrote:
>> > Also i'd like to join Daniel in asking why channel 7?
>> Maybe I'm biased by being in NYC, but whenever I do a scan, there are lots of APs on 1, 6, and, 11
>> so 7 is not free too, as in 2.4ghz range channels are overlapping!
>> Markus
> After looking at lots of graphs around the city that look like the ones attached, other channels besides 1,6,11 start to look quite appealing:
> <e3ded714f6bf981a86a325cf4010ef6a.jpeg><device-2012-06-29-122142.png>
> .hc
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