[OLSR-users] No MPR as Next Hop in Routing Table

lolo (spam-protected)
Tue Apr 5 04:45:34 CEST 2005

Oops, I didn't undestand thoroughfully the 10th chapter, third section, 
of rfc 3626 :
any node can be selected as next hop and be a data relayer as long as it 
has not set
its willingness to "WILL_NEVER"

what is still a bit weird in my mind is that a node with willingness set 
will have the same "chance" to be selected as next hop as a "WILL_DEFAULT"
or a MPR one, as long as it is a valid 1-hop neighbor leading to some 
strict 2-hops
neighbor. am i right ? (as opposed to the heuristic MPR election that 
weight the willingness

did i missed something, a whole thread for instance ? ;-)


lolo wrote:
> Hello all
> I was asked some days ago if the MPR were the *only* nodes relaying 
> traffic in an OLSR ad hoc network.
> I answered yes.
and i was wrong

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