[OLSR-users] Double radio mesh and OLSR

Andreas T√łnnesen (spam-protected)
Fri Apr 8 12:59:24 CEST 2005


> Jim Thompson <(spam-protected)> [050408]:
> Does someone has already tried uml-wifi + olsr here?

I am using UML (not wifi) for testing on a regular basis. I never run more
than 4 instances(+olsrd on host totaling to 5 nodes on that machine) so I
don't know what kind of hardware you need if you plan on running a much
bigger set of instances...
Anyway, it works very good for me :)

- Andreas

>
>> Henrion Benjamin wrote:
>>
>> >Hello,
>> >
>> >I want to know if OLSR will choose a route with the best throughput or
>> >with the least number of hops if I put wireless nodes with 2 radios per
>> >node and on different channels, communicating together through a pci
>> >interface, or through a wired interface.
>> >
>> >Examples of a node:
>> >
>> >((( WRT1 <++++> WRT2 )))
>> >
>> >Where:
>> >
>> >((( is a wlan interface on channel 1
>> ><++++> is a wired interface
>> >((( is a wlan interface on channel 6
>> >
>> >That way you can create a mesh network using the following channels:
>> >
>> >1-6-1-6-1-6-1-etc...
>> >
>> >You will avoid interference and you will not divide your bandwidth/2 at
>> >each hop (this is the case if you use the same channel on each node).
>> >
>> >The problem is to know which path OLSR will choose (the one with the
>> >best throughput or the one with the minimum of hops?)
>> >
>> >Do you have any ideas?
>> >
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