[OLSR-users] Running two insances of olsr

Andreas T√łnnesen (spam-protected)
Sun Jun 20 18:28:01 CEST 2004


Do you need the GUI front-end? If not, just disable the IPC connection
in the configuration file.
The IPC_PORT symbol defined in src/ipc_frontend.h, sets the TCP port
to use for the GUI. You can update this value manually(in both the
daemon and frontend) if you really need the front-end.
I have never tried running two instances of olsr... I can imagine you
might run into ather problems as well. Keep us updated :)

And about the GUI - please do not use it for serious debugging! It's
buggy so the output cannot be trusted. Use something like
watch 'route -n'
in a shell, to look at the kernel routes.

- Andreas

Michael Bauer wrote:
> hi users,
> I would like to run olsr both for ipv4 and ipv6, and as far as my
> understandings go, this is only possible by running multiple instances
> of olsr. Thus is further impossible, because olsrd can't bind to it's
> ipc socket. Would it somehow be possible (with the scope, that 0.4.5 is
> out soon) to work around that? I haven't looked at the code yet, but a
> fallback scenario, with choosing a different ipc socket would be nice. 
> greetings mihi
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Andreas T√łnnesen((spam-protected))
UniK University Graduation Center
University of Oslo

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