[Olsr-dev] Ninux GSoC 2012, ideas on olsrd

Henning Rogge (spam-protected)
Mon Mar 19 17:56:18 CET 2012

mDNS was always a variant of BMF for the special case of Zeroconf. So
its not unreasonable to think about how both should be joined.

p2pd has a different approach to multicast forwarding (sparse vs.
dense multicast).

Henning Rogge

On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 17:04, Teco Boot <(spam-protected)> wrote:
> Op 19 mrt. 2012, om 12:48 heeft ZioPRoTo (Saverio Proto) het volgende geschreven:
>> Hello,
>> 1) fix mDNS plugin
>> we explain this point in detail here:
>> http://wiki.ninux.org/GSoCIdeas2012#Improve_the_OLSRd_mDNS_plug-in
> We fixed some issues in mDNS and released this as p2pd. p2pd can easily act as mDNS replacement. I can think of a merge with bmf also, where some mcast packets are transfered as OLSR messages (low overhead) and some are send with (encapsulated) IP packets. We need a filter syntax for classification (ignore / OLSR-message /  IP packet).
> I use both bmf and p2pd, where broadcasts are taken by p2p2 and multicasts are taken by bmf. bmf has no filter itself, I use iptables on LAN port. Is a Q&D trick.
> Some code in p2pd for de-duplication was not completed. But why are we replicating bmf features?
> This leads to my advise: get rid of mDNS and p2pd. Let's improve bmf. Maybe there is a code-size problem. It  is a few 10kB larger than mDNS an p2pd. And will increase when enhanced. I don't have problems with that.
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